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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication 2 

Opening Section 4 

Faculty 17 

Seniors 33 

Superlatives 65 

Activities 79 

Sports 97 

Senior Activities 135 

Advertisements 155 




DEDICATION 












We, the class of 1988, dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Arthur 
Nicholson. We want to thank him for all the assistance and- 
support that he has given us during our four years at Methuen 
High School. Congratulations on being appointed to the princip- 
alship! 



To: Mr. Jarvis 

From: The Class of 1988 



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Good luck and best wishes in your future endeavours. 
Thank you for all that you did for us. 





"HOMECOMING" 






This year's homecoming queen 
was crowned on October 24 at 
the Methuen vs. Central football 
game. Second runner up was 
Heather Lambert, first runner 
up was Tricia Cuddy and this 
year's homecoming queen, 
crowned by Dana Farelli is 
Kristen Kaatz. 



"WILDCATS" 

Powderpuff Football 



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This year's game ended in a 6-6 tie. The 
seniors touchdown came on a pass from 
Karen Zraket to Sue Ryan. Un- 
fortunately the referees called a tight 
game because the underclassmen were 
getting trampled. Despite the refs, the 
seniors all turned in fine performances. 



"THREE O'CLOCK HIGH" 

Spirit Week 




'DIRTY DANCING" 



Homecoming Dance 





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This year's homecoming dance was 
quite a success. Thanks to the seniors 
there was a good number of people 
and although dances usually don't go 
over too well at Methuen, everyone 
showed a lot of enthusiasm and gener- 
ally had a great time. Hopefully this 
dance can continue to become more 
popular in the future. 



"HALLOWEEN 

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"LOVE AT FIRST BITE" 



Blood mobile 




"ORDINARY PEOPLE" 

Ordinary Day 




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"JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS" 



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A FOND FAREWELL" 








The senior class of 1988 would like to just say thanks and 
give a fond farewell to Mrs. Hershfield and Mr. Jennings for 
all they've done to contribute to our education. Although we've 
only been around for four years of their many years here at 
Methuen, its become evident that they have made their mark 
on our lives. Thank you and we wish you the best of luck. 



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Special Thanks 





The 1 988 senior class would like to extend a warm thank you 
to Ms. Kevgas, Mrs. Krussell, Mr. Whiting and Mr. Moore in 
apprecitaion for the many hours of their free time they gave 
up to make our year special. Every senior is truly greatful. 
Thank you all once again for the best year of our lives. 




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Administration 




Arthur Nicholson III 




Dr. Zdanowicz 



Mr. Link-field 



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Mr. Steven Francis 




Ms. Sheila Cunningham 



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Teachers 




Joe Austin 



Carol Bailey 



Alton Bailey 




Garry Banks 



Susan Barraclough 



David Belleveau 




Karen Bergeron 



Darla Blesedell 



Patricia Barucki 



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Richard Bowers 



Richard Brain 



Dean Bruder 




Daniel Burton 



Judith Cade 



Joseph Caruso 





Richard Catteau 



Diane Climo 



William Connorey 



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Elaine Crane 



William Cullen 



Marie Comeau 




Richard Czarnec 



Diane Dandretta 



Adelle Demers 




Maryellen Devlin 



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Jackie Dirsa 





Paul Fiorentini 



Barbara Fiorello 



Joseph Forseze 




Robert Fredette 



Roger Fuller 



Gerard Gagne 






Joanne Gallagher 



Kathy Greene 



William Gosselin 



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Shaun Gurry 



Doug Hallbauer 



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James Healey 



Alvin Hiebner 



Dan Herlihy 




Lilian Hershfield 



Judith Hiller 



Shirley Hovenasian 



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Michael Hughes 



Thomas Jennings 



Doreen Keller 




Edward Kelly 



Larry Klimas 



Anne Marie Krussell 





Ruth Lange 



Milton Lebowitz 



Ann Leonard 



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Carole Levesque 



Lee Longshore 



Linda Lyons 




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Peter Mazzaglia 



Michael McCormick 



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James McDermott 



Andrew Melnicki 



Marianne Moran 



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John Moore 



Mary Lee Moynihan 



Susan Nicholson 





John Nigrelli 



Mario Pagnoni 



Walter Pare 




Ann Marie Pinet 



Maryellen Rancourt 



Frank Rapisardi 



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Trudie Redman 



Sylvia Robichaud 



Joseph Robillard 




Kate Rodgers 



Robert Rosmarino 



William Russell 




George Sabens 



Peter Salemi 



Larry Salmonsohn 



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Anthony Sanderson 




Carol Scalera 



James Shamberger 




Don Smith 



Jennifer Smith 



Claire St. Pierre 








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Susan Wagner 



Patricia Walsh 



David Whiting 





Cynthia Wilcock 



Frank Yelle 



John Ziminski 



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Dana Bradbury 



Janis Collamore 



Ms. Daigle 




Rita Fallon 



Anne French 



Wayne Holden 




Rosalie Gagne 



Patricia Grande 



Debbie Kelley 



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SENIORS 





Robert Ainbinder 

Spring Track (2) Winter Track (2,3) National Art 
Honor Society (4) Model U.N. (3) S.A.D.D. 
Ambition: To be limited only by my imagination 
in achieving my goat of success! The world is (or 
our taking. 



Christopher P. Alosi 



Amanda Alvarado 

Child Dev. I , Art Honor Society. 

Ambition: To be successful in everything I do in 

the future. 



Stacey Lynn Anthony 

Stace 
Figure Skating Club 4, Concert Band Marching 
Band, Jazz Band 4, Percussion ensemble, Spanish 
academic Bowl 4, NHMEA solo and ensemble 
festival. 
Ambition: To become a lawyer. 




Beth A. Arcidiacono 

Betty 
Yearbook, Drama, Senior Class Play, Blood- 
mobile 

Ambition: I hope to be successful in whatever 1 
choose to do and stay together with Allen forever. 



Frederick Ash 

Ambition: To own my own Mack truck by 1990, 
with a penthouse sleeper 



Kelly Ann Baker Darlene M. Balsamo 

Kel S.A.D.D.(1.2) Drama 

Ambition: To become a successful cosmotologist Ambition: I hope I'm successful, and live a happy 

and own my own shop. life with Jimmy, always!! 







Tina Bourassa 

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Gymnastics ( 1 ,2) International (3) Spanish Honor 
Society (4) 
Ambition: To be happy. 

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Paul E. Barraclough 

Football (1.2,4), Hockey (1,2,3,4), Junior Class 
Officer, Boys State. Model U.N., 1SL1 Notre 
Dame, SMU, GLEC Project, Yearbook, Senior 
Class Play 

Ambition: To reach lor the stars, live life fast and 
take whatever life offers me. 



Erik J. Barry 

Bmko 
Basketball (1,2) National Honor Society (2.S.4) 
Spanish National Honor Society (4) 
Ambition: To become a successful engineer. 



John Balis 

Bahy 
Football (1,2.3,4. Captain) Basketball (1 
Captain) li.uk (3.4) Baseball (1.2) 
Ambition: To stand up and be counted 



2.3.4. 







James M. Battye 

Battle 
Hockey (3,4) 

Ambition: To Graduate from college with a good 
job and making enough money so I can retire 
young. 



Denise M. Beaulieu 

Dee 
Swimming (1,2) 

Ambition: Major in Business and Business Mana- 
gement. 



Daniel J. Bellwood 



Christine A. Benjamin 

Ben] 
Powder Pull football, Child Development I & II 
Ambition: To be happy and live mv life to the 
fullest. 




Jennifer Bennett 

Jenn 
Tennis (4) Dance Co. (3,4) Arrangers (4) Chorus 
(4) International Club (1,2) Senate (4) Drama 
Club (4) Senior Class Play 

Ambition: To never give up trying - until 1 ac- 
complish my dreams 



Steven Benson 

Benny 
Indoor Track (1,2,3) Outdoor Track (1,2,3.4) 
Senate 

Ambition: To become rich and successful and be 
able to retire by the time I'm 40. 



Danielle Jean Bergeron 

Cross Country (1) International Club (1,2,3,4) 
Drama Club (3.4) S.A.D.D. (2,3.4) Chorus (1) 
Arrangers (2,3,4) Model U.N. 
Ambition: To live, to love, to learn, to laugh, to 
travel, and to just be me. 



Kathi L. Bergeron 

Bergie 
Capt. Cheerleading (1,2,3,4) Yearbook (4), Pow- 
der puff football ( 1 ,2,3.4) Powder Puff Hm kc) (4 1 
Senior Class Play 

Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do and 
to keep in touch with "the Crew". 




Melanie Bergeron 

Mel 
Swimming (1), Band (1,2,3) 
Ambition: To graduate from college, land a job 
making a lot of money, and to enjoy everything I 
do. 



Donna Berryman 

Field Hockey (2.3.4)Basketball (1.2.3,4) Sp. 

Honor Society. International Club, Sp. Bowl, 

Yearbook 

Ambiton: To have a career working with children 

and a family of my own. To never lose touch with 

my friends and to always smile and enjoy life. 



Pascale Berty 

Paco 
Aerobics, National Art Honor Society 
Ambition: To major in Art. 



Sabrina Bezeredy 

Co-op work txpierence 

Ambition: lo get rich, and have the best times 

and hope for the best for me and Michael in the 

future. 

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Carol B lac he 

Ca 
Distributive Ed. (3,4) 
Ambition: To graduate. 



Mark E. Bleczinski 

Spring Track (1), National Honor society, Sp. 
National Honor Society, International Club, 
Model U.N., Academic Internship 
Ambition: To always strive to be the best person I 
can be. 



Corrine Teresa Bohne 

Rinny 
Treasurer Sophmore Class, International club 
Ambition: I hope to succeed in the field of work 
that I choose to do. 



Laurie A. Bonnano 

Winter Track (1) Figure Skating CIub( 1.2.3.4) 
Dance Company (3) Drama Club . Senior Class 
Play. Ring Committee Blue & White Staff 
Ambition: To be the best person I can be, success- 
ful in whatever destiny delivers, never lose sight of 
what is important. 




Karen R. Boynes 

Sybil £rf Boymsu 
Junior Class officer. Powder Pufi Football, Blood- 
mobile, Senior Class play 
Ambition: To hold on to what I have, 
reach out and grasp what I want, and to always 
have my best buddies around 



Dennis M. Brasher 

Ambition: To be verv successful at everything I 
do. 



Karen B. Breen 

Track (1,2.3) Cheering (3.4) S.A.D.D., Honor 

Society 

Ambition: To l>c a successful and wealth) .mum 



Sue Ann Brown 

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hairdressei 







Michael D. Brown Jeffrey Brouck 

Mike Brouck 

Distributive Ed. (4) Skiing (1,2,3.4) Captain Ski Team (4) 

Ambition: To marry Tina and own my own Ambition: To be successful in whatever I choose 
ROMANO'S. to do. 



Gregory Brucato 

Ambition: To be an airline pilot. 



Carrie A. Burnes 

International club (1,2,3) Drama (1). Senior Class 

Play 

Ambition : To see as much of the world as possible. 




Laura Caron 

Volleyball (1) 
Ambition: To succeed. 



Football (2.3,4) Basketball (1,2.3,4, Captain I, 
Baseball (1.2.3,4.Captain) 

Ambition: To go to college, play in the college 
world series on ESPN, and get drafted by the 
California Angels 








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Maryeilen Carpenter 



Carrie Carosi 



Anthony J. Castro 

Football (1.2.3.4), Track (1.2.3) 



Michelle Chamberlin 

S.A.D.D.(2) Student Senate(3) National Honoi 
Society(2.3,4) Model I N (3.4) Bloodmobile i li 
Ambition In be happ) and successful in what- 
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Sean M. Collins 

Phil 

Soccer (2,3,4,Capt.) Gyinnastics(3,4,Capt.) 
S.A.D.D. (2,3,4) Pres. Student Advisory Council, 
Student Senate, School Commitee Member, 
Senior Class Play, Model U.N. 
Ambition: To own a Sports Medicine Office, and 
be a bachelor. 



Paul J. Comtois Jr. 

Enlisted in U.S. Army Reserves 



Carolyn Corbitt 

Ambition: To be successful and happy for the rest 
of my life! 




Sean Corriveau 



Danielle C. Corsaro 

Damn 
Ambition: To be successful with my sign language 
in years to come. 



Lynda Cote 

Ambition: To graduate from college and have a 
successful life. 



Patricia Cuddy 

Tncia 
Winter and Spring Track ( 1,2, 3, 4, Captain), 
S.A.D.D., International club. Peer Leader. ( Coun- 
selor for disabled, school newspaper 
Ambition: To succeed in all that 1 endeavour 



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Raina L. Curran 

Ray 
Volleyball ( 1.2,3. 4,Capt.)' Indoor Track(l.2,3,4) 
Spring Track (2,3,4)Arrangers (1,2,3,4) Inter- 
national Club (3,4) Peer leaders (2.3.4) S.A.D.D. 
(2,3,4) Senior Class Play, Treasurer ( 1 ), President 
(2), Senate (3,4) 
Ambition: To become successful in life. 



John J. Currao 

Currao 
Distributive Ed. 

Ambition: To be successful in Hie and have parties 
everyday. 



Dana A. Dahill 

Sjiing (1,2,3,4) Track (1,2,3,4) Cross Country 
(1.2) Model U.N., Senior Class Play 
Ambition: To lie successful in college and life. 



Kristin Davey 

Child Development II 

Ambition: To be happy and successful in lift 







Kristen Marie David 

Knssy 
National Honor Society (2,3,4) Newspaper Staff 
(3) Drama Club Model U.N. Senior Class Play, Sci. 
Fair 

Ambition: To attend college at B.Y.U., marry 
L.W., and have children. 



Angela Delmonte 

Angle 
International club(2,3,4) Honor Society(2,3,4) 
Blue & White (2,3,4) Peerleader (2,3,4) Dance 
Co., S.A.D.D. (3,4), Senior Class Play, Talent 
Show 
Ambition: To be the best person I can be. 



Michele 1. Deloge 

Mich 

International club (2) Distributive Ed. (3,4) Dis- 
trict Chorus(l) 

Ambition: To marry Vinny and have a happy life 
and not be afraid to go after all my drams. 



Jeffrey C. Delucia 

Gymnastics (1,2,3,4) Academic Internship. 
Bloodmobile, Senior Class Play. 
Ambititon: To follow in my lather's footsteps and 
own the family business with my brother. 




Michael Demers 

Mike 
Football ( 1 ,2) Winter Track ( 1 ,2) 
Ambition: To do what my father didn't have a 
chance to do during his lifetime. 



Christine DeNuzzio 

Chris 
International Club (4) National Honor Society 
(3,4) Spanish Honor Society (4) 
Ambition: To own my own veterinary practice 
some day. 



Debra DeQuartro 

Squeaky 
Child Development II, Business co-op 
Ambition: To be successful in what I choose to do. 



Lisa DeRepentigny 

Lee 
Band (1,2,3,4) Senior Class Play 
Ambition: To become a zoologist and live in a log 
cabin. To have friends around me 




Barbara £. Derench 

Ambition: To have a successful career and 
happy and healthy life. 



Mark L. DeSantis 

Football (1,2) Distributive Education 
Ambition: To be a successful real estate investor, 



Karyn Rae Deschamp 

Musical (1,2) Arrangers (2,3) Chorus (1,2.3) 
Ambition: To choose a career and be happy with 
it. and never regret what I've done with mv life 



Karen Ann Desrosiers 

Ambition: Cosmetology, tars and money 



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Laurie Ann D'iorio 

Laune Dee 
Ambition: To live a long life. Be rich and do some 
dirty dancing with Patrick Swayze. 




Anthony V. DiPietro 

Tony 
Ambition: To become rich and famous. 



David DiPietro 

Band (1.2,3.4) 

Ambition: To graduate without dunking anyth- 
ing. 



Sherry L. Dorman Pamela M. Doucette 

G.L.E.C. Volleyball Tournament Rammy Pammy 

Ambition: To have a fun and exciting life and Senior Play 

hopefully a successful future. Ambition: To gel out of high school and hope- 

fully do something useful with my life. 




Daniel Driscoll 

Skully 
(,<>ll (1) lr.uk (1,2,3.4) 

Ambition: To Ik- a pro golfer, to have a S 1 00,000 a 
year job. 

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Michael J. Drouin 

Mike 
Football (l,2,S,4,Captain) Hockey (1,2,3) Track 
(1,2,3) Student Government Day 

Ambition: To have a happy and healthy life, get 
married and have a baby girl. 



Gina M. Ducharme 

(Unii, denier 
Basketball (1. 2,:!. 4) Field hockey (1,2,3,4) I la.k 
(1.2.3.4) International Club (2.3) Student Senate 
(2) Peer Leader (2.3.4) Yearbook (4) Powder Puff 
Football. Bloodmobile Ambition: To Ix'come a 

P.E. teacher: have a coaching career; marry a 

smiling, ruli man and never lose my friends. 



Christina M. D'Urso 

D'Un, I h,,u 
Basketball (1) Softball (1,2) Volleyball (1.2.3.4), 
Student Senate (3,4) S UJ.D (3) Feci I eadersl I) 

International Club (1,2,3) Pimdct Pull Football. 

Seiuoi Class Play 

Ambition: I o obtain a degree in 

paralegal studies; i" make .ill ol my future plans 

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Juliann E. Dziadosz 

JuUs 
Swimming! 1), Gymnastics(l,2,3,4,Capt.), Nat- 
ional Honor Society(2,3,4), International Club(3|, 
Model U.N., Senior Class Play, Ambition:To suc- 
ceed in communications and to keep my friends. 



Pamela Joann Ellsey 

Pam 
Ambition:To marry Dave and live a happy and 
successful life and hopefully have lots of money. 



Meredith J. Emery 

Basketball! 1,2), Powder Puff Football. Hockev 
Ambition:HAPPINESS IS HAMPTON.To never 
forget the past disappointments, keeping in mind 
that each day can be a new beginning. ToNEVER 
forget my BEST BUDDIES. 



Judith L. Emmert 

Judy.Jude 
Swimming(1.2,3.4,Capt ). Winter Track (1.2,3,4.1 apl I, 
Spring Track( 1.2). Nai Hon Soci«y(2,3,4). Sp Hon 

Socielv(4). International Club(1.2 1 li S i.D.D.(2,3), 
Dance Co.. Blue 4 While Model I N , Senior I lass Pl.n 
Powder Puff Football Amhition To succeed as a journalist 
and to keep in touch with all ot im friends. 






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Joseph Michael Farrell 

J. F., George Washmgtonjoe 
Blue and White. Senior class play(4) 
Ambition:To rule the world. 



Kathleen Farrell 

Kathu 
Field Hockey(l,2,3.4). Basketball(l), Ski 
Team(2,3,4). Yearbook(4), Senate(4). Dance 
Company(3.4), Senior class play(4). Ambition: To 
live well, laugh often, and love much. 



Lisa M Feole 

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Yearbook, Dance Companv. Drama Club, Blood 
Mobile, Senior Class Play. AmbitioniTo be suc- 
cessful in what I choose to do! Also to keep in 
touch with the girls!! 



Stephen A. Feole 

Bubba 
Football (1,2.3.41 Winter ["rack (1.2,3,4,Capl I 
Spring Track (1,2.3,4, Cap!.) Drama Club |4) 
Ambition: To become President of the United 
States and become verv wealthv and live a 
wonderful lite. 




Michael Louis Finnochiaro 

Mike 
Ambition: To become a successful drummer or 
law officer. To pursue my goals in the business 
world. 



Mary Elizabeth Fleming 

Martbetb 
Basketball (1.2,3,4) Softball (2.3.4) Volleyball 
(2,3.4.Capt.) National Honor Society (2.3.4) In- 
ternational Club (1,2) Powder Puff Football 
School Plav, Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To fulfill my utmost dreams, to be the 
best I can be and to never slop smiling 



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Joanne Florio 



Michael A. Fluet 

Hockey(3,4), S.A.D.D., Model U.N.(3), Boys 

State(3), 

Ambition: To be successful at whatever I do. 



Daniel Ford 

Fordy 
Football(l,2,3,4,Captain). Hockey 
(l,2,3,4,Captain), Spring Track( 1,2,3.4), Drama 
Club(4), Class Play(4). 

Ambition: To go to college and pursue a happy 
life. 



John E. Ford 

Gymnastics! 1 .2.3), National Honor 
Society(2,3,4), International Club(l,2). 
Ambition: To enjoy life. 




Timothy Ford 

Tim 
Football (2,3,4) Hockey (1,2,3,4) Track (3,4) 
Senior Class Play Ambition: To stop World War 
III and then get cecked 



Marc S. Forget 

Basketball(l), International Club(l,2,3). 
S.A.D.D.(2). Senate(2,3). Ring Committee(2), 
Honor Roll 

Ambition: To do well in college, and to live a 
successful hie. 



Catherine A. Forgione 

Munchkm 
Chorus (1,2.3,4) 
Ambition: To be an airline pilot. 



Kathleen Fox 

Katie 
Swimming( 1 ,2,3,4), International Club(l,2,3), 
Senate(2.3). Yearbook Staff(4). S.A.D.D.(3.4), 
Blue and White Staff(4). 
Ambition: To be happy and successful. 




Karl Fuller 

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Baseball 1 1 1 football 1 1 ,2) Hex ke\ ( 1 ,2,3) Wrestl- 
ing (4) 
Ambition: To go to college and get .1 good job. 

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Malcolm D. Fulford 

Mai 
Soccer ( 1 ) 
Ambition: Construction 



James Furnari 

Ambition: To be successful in life. 



Dana Fusco 

Bubble 

Drama Club (1) 

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ful in everything I do in hie. 




Cynthia Ann Gallant 

Shorty 
Distributive Ed(2). 
Ambition: To seceed in life. 



Nicole Gallant 

NiUa 

Volleyball(2.3), Skiing(3,4). Powder Puff foot- 
ball(1.2,3)National Art Honor Society (4) 
Ambition: To lead a healthy and successful life. 



Robert Gallant 



Barbara Ann Gallo 

Babs 
Figure Skating Club(l), International Clun(.'i). 
Drama Club. Arrangers(3), Chorus. S.A.D.D ( 1 1. 
Class Play. 

Ambition: To be the best that I can be in which- 
ever path I choose to follow. 




William R. Garon 

Bill 
Football (1.2) 
Ambition: To become a rich and successful busi- 



nessman. 



Kristen L. Geary 

Clyde 
Ambition: To be happy and successful and to 
keep in touch with my friends, and to be happily 
married to Billy. 



Lauri A. Gendreau 

LoL 
Ambition: To become a well known Commercial 
artist and share my successful years with my 
future husband Glen. 



Kelly Gervais 

Keggy 
Child Development II 

Ambition: Iopl.i\ bass ro become a professional 
dis< jocke) and groupie! 




Donna Rae Getchell 

National Art Honor Society (4) Cheerleading 

(2,3) Powder Puff Football. Hockey, Senior Class 

Play 

Ambition: To enjoy my career. To appreciate life. 

To lead a happy, fulfilling life. 



Joseph J. Gilbert 

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Gymnastics (1,2,3,4) Soccer (1) Tennis (1) Nat- 
ional Honor Society (2,3,4) Class Officer (1,3,4) 
Ambition: To find my limits ami leave them be- 
hind. Also to marry the girl I love- Amy Wlodyka. 



Caryn Gilchrist 

GiUy 
Dr. mi, i Club 
Ambition: I'o Ik- success! ul and independent 



Kristen M. Gill 

International Club (2,3,4) National Honot Society 
(2,3,4) S i.D.D (2,3,4) Spanish National Honoi 
Society | f) 
{mbition To bt happy and niccessful m the future 

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Marie-Jean Giordano 



Joseph P. Giuffre Jr. 

Joe-Stien (J mce-DeeZee 
Spring Track (1) Ski Team (1) 
Senior Class Play. Band 

Ambition: To be successful in the field of either 
communications or science. To travel, get mar- 
ried and raise a nice family. 



Scott Ronald Godin 

Scott 
Ambition: To live life to the fullest and to be with 
the one's I care about. 



Alice Gould 

,4/ 
Powder Pulf Football. Dist. Ed I, Business Co-op 
Ambition: To marry Mike, spend his money, and 
own my own restaurant. 
To stay as close to my friends as I am now. 




Swimming ( 1 

Ambition: To live life to the fullest and have a 

successful career. 



Ambition: To be happy and successful and to 
graduate from physical therapy someday. 




Patricia M. Griffin 

Path 
Winter Track (1) Class Officer (3,4) international 
Club (2,3.4) S.A.D.D. (1.2,3,4) Peer Leaders (4) 
National Honor Society (2,3,4) Sp. Bowl (4) Sp. 
Honor Society (4) Powder Puff Football. 
Ambition: To never take life for granted. Live lite 
to the fullest. And stay in touch with my friends. 



Julie Ann Guilmette 

Jules 
Gymnastics (l)Cross Country (2.3,4,Capt.) Win- 
ter Track (2.3,4,Capt.) Spring Track ( 1 .2.3) Inter- 
national Club (2,3,4) National Honor Society 
(2,3,4) Sp.Honor Society (4) Model U.N.. Senior 
Class Play 

Ambition: To be successful in my career. Also to 
be happy and have a family. 



Christopher R. Gurski 

Ski 
Skateboarding, surfing 

Ambition: To get a good paying job and not have 
to do anything for it. 



Melissa A. Habesh 

.Wmv Mili\ 
Ambition: 1 o become a write! and to Ik- sun es> 
tul 







Tracy L. Hadley 

Badly 
Ambition: To be successful and rich and get mar- 
ried to Matt Luther. 



Dana Haggar 

Luv 

Senior Play 

Ambition: To become a buyer and someday open 

my own shoppe. 



Samara Hall 

Mara 
Ambition: To be an actress and live a happy and 
successful life. 



Kelly Halloran 

Winter Track (1,2) Spring Track (1,2,3,4,) Intel 
national Club (2,3,4) National Honoi Societ) 
(2,3.4) Sp.Honor Society (4) Sp.Bowl (4) Powder 
Puff Football, Bloodmobile, Senior Class Play, 
S.A.D.D. (2,3,4) Peer Leader (2,3,4) 
Ambition: To be happy! 





Michelle Hamel 

Missy 

Ambition: To never lose touch with m\ friends 
and marry the man of mv dreams. 




Tracey M.L. Hamilton 

Ham 
Winter Track, Spring Track, Powder Puff foot- 
ball. Powder Puff Hockey. Arrangers 
Ambition: To be successful at what I do in the 
future. 



Mark G. Hammond 

Soccer (I) Skiing (4) 

Ambition: To get my picture in the Melhuen 

High School Yearbook. 



Christopher Hart 

Hart 

Ambition: To achieve mv goals, live lite to the 
fullest and never forget mv best friend Paul. 



John Hersey 

Soccer (1.2.3.4) National Honoi Soceit) (2,3,4) 
Ambition I o make m\ dream ol musk come n lie 
and spite all of those who tried to shatter thai 
dream with doubt. 

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James D. Heymans 



Ambition: To be a successful musician 



Marcy Hirsh 

Cheerleading (4) Powderpuff Football (3,4) 
Ambition: To become a hairdresser and own my 
own salon and to stay in touch with all my friends. 



Melissa Hirsh 

Melts 
Cheerleading (4) Dance Co. (4) Yearbook, Blood- 
mobile, Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To open my own beauty salon and 
make it very successful and be a mafia princess. 



Dorothy L. Hitchmoth 

Hitchie 

International Club, Senior Rep., Dance Co. 
(1.2,3,4, V.P.) Powder Puff Football .Hockey Sp. 
Bowl (4) Senior Class Play 

Ambition: To keep the memories of love, laugh- 
ter & good times I've had with my friends at 
M.H.S. alive in my heart forever. 




Christine Holland 

Cherreese 
Distributive Ed., Work Study 
Ambition: To live a happy and successful life with 
Tommy and with my ambition to open my own 
night club. 



Melisa Holland 

Mimi 
Child Development II, Bowling 13 Yrs. 
Ambition: To own my own daycare center. 



Karla Karen Homsey 

Karla 
Volleyball (1,2,3,4) Basketball (1,2) Track (1) 
Tennis (2) International Club (2.3,4) School new- 
spaper (1) Powder puff football (3) 
Ambition: To become successful at something I 
enjoy and to have close friends always. 



Michael Houle 




Stephen Hulse 

Steve 
Baseball (1.2,3) Soccer (3,4) 



Derek Hutchings 



Melinda Jabour 

Mel 



Steven J. Jankowski 

SltvuJ. 

Football (4) Hockey (3.4) Spring li.uk (3,4) 

Senior ('lass Play 

Ambition: To live happv. health) and wealthy 



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David Joslin 



Maureen M. Jozokos 

Moe 
Volley (1) Basketball (1,2) Softball (1,2,3,4) Pow- 
der Puff Football 

Ambition: To get married to Deric, own a house 
and have 3 kids. Also remember the good times at 
Methuen High. 



Kristen Ann Kaatz 

Skaatzy 
Figure Skating Club (!,2,3,4,Capt.) Marching (1.2.3,4) 
Concert Band (1,2,3,4) Hockey Cheerleading Club (4) 
I (4) Powder Pull Hockc) (ti Homecoming Queen 



SpB. 

(4) 

Ambition: To forever I 

.uid lo never lorget m 

J.L., 1-4-3) 



Stacy Kaczynski 

Lollipop 
Ambition: To get rich and buy j HOI Pl\k 
Lambourghini, and always a good time with tm 
friends. 



. laugh 



nd never stop s 
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tiling 




Dana Kalanta 

Klmik 
Baseball (3), Basketball 
Ambition: To get a real job. 



Elizabeth M. Kama! 



James Keegan 

Jim 

Football (1) Golf (4) 

Ambition: To be successful and happv in life. 



Andrea Dawn Kelley 

Anil\,.\nn 

International Club (4) Band (1.2,3) 
Ambition: To get a good education and make my 
family proud of me. 1 hope to marry .i naval or air 
lone officer and own a white jeep. 




Susan E. Kenney 

Sue 
International Club (1.2.3) Student Senate (1) 
Ambition: To live a very happy and successful life. 



Sean F. Kiley 

Cross-country ( 1 .2. 3.4, Captain) Wrestling 
(1.2.3.4.Capuiin) Spring Track (1,2.3,4) Spanish 
Honor Society 

Ambition: To graduate from colllege and be 
number 1 at whatever I do. 



Michael Kinsella 

Clamma 
School Paper (3.4) Skiing (1) 
Ambition: To major in Journalism and write a 
best selling novel about mv travels in Europe. To 
own a real pirate ship so I can rallv shorn YAR 
BUCKO!! 



Derrick Kobrenski 



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Robert Kramer 

Cookie 
Basketball (1) 

Ambition: To be successful as an architect or a 
draftsman. 



Brian Kuchar 

Kuch 
Football (1,2,3,4) Baseball ,(1,2,3) Winter Track 

(1,2,3) National Honor Society (secretary) 
Spanish National Honor society (4) Class Play, 
Bloodmobile. 
Ambition. To never grow up. 




Kristen Kudla 

S.A.D.D. (3,4) Yearbook (4) 
Ambition: To be happy and successful. 



Christine Ann Kun 

Chris 
Swimming(3,4), Class play(4) 
Ambition: To become a successful lawyer. To 
have a loving husband and beautiful children. 



Kosta Kyriakoulis 

Koz 
Soccer(2,3,4,Captain), Basketball(l). Inter- 
national Club, Class Play(4) 
Ambition: To financially retire when I am 30 and 
build my dream house. 



Timothy Lacasse 




Sherilyn M. Lacroix 

Slim 
Spring Track( 1), International Club( 1 .2,3.4), 
National Honor Society(2.3,4). S.A.D.D. (2. 3), 
Sp. Honor Society(4), Drama Club, Dance Co.(l), 
Class Play(4) 

Ambition: To lead a happy and successful life and 
never give up on my dreams. 



Steve LaChance 



Daniel Lahey 

Dan 
Cross-Country( 1.2,3,4), Baseball) 1). Indoor 
Track(2), Wrestling(4), National Honor 
Society(2,3,4) 

Ambition: To be rich by destroying other people 
financially. 



Kathleen A. Lahey 

Kathy 
International Club(2.3.4). Honor SiKietv(2.3.4). 
Spanish Honor Society(4) 

Ambition: To succeed and have all im dreams 
tome true. 




Heather J. Lambert 

Swimmming( 1,2,3,4). Peer Leader, Dance Com- 
pany, S.A.D.D., Yearbook, Class Play<4) 
Ambition: To make the most of whatever comes 
my way. 



Shane Lambert 

V-Neck 
Ambition: To be succeesful in the world afetr 
high school and to get married and have a family. 



Lori J. LaMonica 

Law, Crackers 
Yearbook, International Club(4), Powder Pull 
Football 

Ambition: To run away to an exotic island with 
Rick and make all our dreams come true. And to 
stay in touch with my friends. 



Alesha Lynn Lanigan 

Lesh 
Gymnastics( 1,2, 3, 4, Captain), Spring Track(l) 
Ambition: To be successful in the goals I've set for 
myself. 




Daniel J. Lannan 

Dan 
Football ( 1 ) Student Senate President 
Ambition: To live my life on the edge of reality. 



Thomas J. Lannan 

Tom 
Golf (1,2,3,4) National Honor Society (2,3,4) 
Ambition: To sit back, relax and enjoy the 
scenery. 



Craig Lanouette 

Bear 
Hockey(3,4), Spring Track(2), Class Play(4) 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I choose 
to do. 



James LaTorre 




Patricia A. LaTulippe 

Tncia 
Academic Intemship(4), Powder Puff football( I ,- 

Ambition: To be successful in life and also in the 
field of physical therapy. 



Cheryl Anne Marie Lavertue 

Cher 
Figure Skating Club, Co-op Experience 
Ambition: Graduate from college, have a career, 
get married. Have a family and to keep in touch 
with all my friends. 



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Michele Lavoie 

Acedemic Internship 
Ambitu)n: Gel out of school! 



Thomas Lazzaro 



Debra Lynn LeBlanc 

Deb 

Swimming) 1,2, 3,4, Caplain), Class Play(4) 
Ambuion: To devote part of my life to the armed 
forces, and later to get married and have a family 
of my own. 



Paulette LeBlanc 




Jason Lee 



Marc R. Licciardi 

Foothall(l,2,3,4) Winter Track( 1 ,2.3,4,Capt.) 
Spring Track(3.4, Capt.) Basehall( 1,2) National 
Honor Society(2.3,4,Pres.)Senior Class V.P , Boys 
Stale. Model U.N., Yearbook 
Ambition: To be happy and successful and marry 
someone to share my happiness and success with. 



Jeffrey S. Lima 

M 

Hockey( 1 ,2,3,4), Soccer( 1 ,2,3,4) 
Ambition: To succeed in life. 



Kellie M. Logan 







Lisa Marie Lonardo 

hirm-do 

Cross-Country {2, 3, 4), Indoor Track(2,3,4), Out- 
door Track(2,5.4), National Honor Society, Inter- 
national Club 

Ambition: To be successful in college and to be 
completely independent. 



Janet L. Lozowski 

Jae 
Figure Skating Club<l,2.3,Captain>, S.A.0.I).(2), 
Drama ciub(l) 

Ambition: I o go through college successfully and 
earn a degree in paralegal studies, and also to 
have a long, happy, and enjoyable life. 



Anna M. Luccisano 

Ambition: To live, love, and laugh 





Eric J. Mader 

Wresding( 1 .2.3.4), National Honor Societyf 2,3,4) 



Pamela L. Major 

Pam 
Ambition: To accomplish everything I set out to 
do, but also love, laugh, and enjoy life. 



Michele-Lee Marcoux 

Color Guard( 1.2,3), Concert Chours(3.4) 
Ambition: Be successful in everything I do. And 
to marry someone who will make me happy for- 
ever. 



Marlene Marie Maroun 

M £sf M 
S.A.D.D. (1,2,3,4) Powder puff football (4) Child 
Development II 

Ambition: To lead a happy, successful life and to 
fulfill my dreams. 




Roger S. Maroun 

Roge 
International Club (1,2.3) S.A.D.D. (1,2.3.4) Peer- 
leader (2,3.4) Senate (2,3,4) Student Advisory 
Council Model U.N. Chorus Blue & White Senior 
Class Play, Powder Puff Queen 
Ambition: To be a successful real estate investor. 
Nothing will stop me. 



Tracey Ann Matseas 

Space 
Ambition: To own the coolest boutigue on the 
East Coast. 



Christian Max 

Max 
Football (2.3.4) Indoor Track ( 1 .2.3,4. Capt.) Spr- 
ing Track (1.2,3,4, Capt.) Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To always be happy in what I'm doing. 



Heather Max 




Lisa Mazzone 

Swimming(1.2). Track(l). Yearbook. Child Dev- 
elopment I. II 
Ambition: To have a happy and successful life. 



Christina Lyn McAndrew 

Crissy 

Track! 1), National Honor Society(3.4). National 
An Society(4), Band(l.2,3,4). Model U.N. (3), Sci- 
ence Fair(4), Yearbook(4) 
Ambition: To be an artist. 



Kathleen McCabe 

Katirf 

S ADD. (2.3.4). Peer Leader(3,4). Yearbook(4), 
Color Guard(l,2) 

Ambition: Tobeheallln . h.ipp\ .and n< h and also 
to fulfill my dreams. 



Kevin T. McCaffrey 

Mm 

Football) 1,2,3,4), Spring rrack(l,2„3,4), Wrestl- 

ing(3,4), 

Ambition M\ ambition is to tx- successful in life 

and succeed in whatevei 1 do 

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Lynellen McDonnell 

Lyn 
Field Hockeyf 1 ,2,3,4, Capt), Basket- 
ball* 1 .2.3,4. Capt), Softball) 1 ,2.3,4), Honor 
Societv(2.3,4), Sp. Honor Society(4) 
Ambition: To be happy and successful in what- 
ever 1 do. 



Cheryl A. McGhee 

Figure Skating Club( 1 ,2,3,4), Sp. Honor 
Society{4), International Club(l) 
Ambition: To lead a happy life, finish college, 
obtain a Masters degree in Child Psychology, and 
to marry Mark. 



Mona L. McGraw 

Quick-Draw 
Figure Skating Club(4), Band( 1,2,3,4). Math-A- 
Thon(2,3,4) 
Ambition: Professional Horse Trainer. Veterina- 



Rebecca Marie McKracherne 

Becky, Bccka 
Ambition: To be very successful in the business 
world. To marry Mr. Right and have a healthy 
and happy family. 




Lisa M. Menasian 

Basketball* 1,2), Softball(l,2), National Honor 
Society(2,3,4). Senate( 1 ,2,4), International 
Club( 1,3,4), Blue and White, S.A.D.D.(4), Model 
U.N., Talent Show, Bloodmobile, 
Ambition: To be a teacher and the best that I can 
be and to never lose my sense of humor. 




Katie Meredith 

Earhbird 
Cheerleading(3), Yearbook. Child Development 
II, Powder Puff Football* I) 
Ambition: To remember forever that the Ear- 
libird always catches the Worm. 



Brett Merrill 



Cherie Michaud 

To graduate from U-Lowell. 



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Dana A. Miele 

MifUo 
Football(2,3,4), Winter I rack(l,2,3,4.Capt). Spr- 
ing Track(1.2,3,4,Capt.) 

Ambition: To achieve a good college education, to 
do well in sports, and get a high paying job to 
support YOU KNOW WHO. 1-4-3 C.L. 




Jeff Miller 






Marcia A. Miller 

Field Hockey! 1). Basketball! 1). Spring Track(l). 
Academic Internship 

Ambition: To someday live in California and own 
a radio station and be very rich. 



Scott P. Moore 

Track( 1,2,3,4), Basketball(2), National Honor 

Societv(2.3,4), Band( 1,2.3,4), Model U.N.. Boys 

State(3). Bloodmobile, Class Play 

Ambition: To be a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air 

Force. 



Pamela C. Moran 

Pam 
Field Hockeyf 1.2.3.4), Basketball! 1.2.3,4). Soft- 
ball! 1,2.3.4), Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To be successful as an athletic trainer. 



Christopher Morris 

Chris 
Football (1) Spanish Honor Society 
Ambition: To be successful and earn big bucks. 





Donna G. Murphy 

To be successful in everything 1 do and remember 
all the fun times 1 had at M.H.S 




Sheila Murphy 

International Club(3.4). National Honor 
Society(3,4). Senate(2). Band! 1,2.3) 
Ambition: To always be happy. 



Christi G. Murray 



Melissa Ann Nemiccola 

International Club(4), National Honor 
Society(2,3,4), Figure Skating Club(2,3,4). 
Band! 1,2,3,4) 
Ambition: To be happy and successful. 



Kevin T. Niceforo 

Wresiling(2.3,4.Captain). Basehall(2.3.4). Cross- 

Countrv(4). 

Ambition: To own mv own business someday 



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Roberta Michelle Niedbala 

Berta 
Arrangers(4), Dance Co. (4), Drama Club{3), Var- 
iety Show(4), Class Play(4). Powder Puff Football 
Ambition: To hopefully marry Rob and have kids 
someday. 



Cheryl Nissen 

Cher 
Child Development II, Business Co-op 
Ambition: To lead a successful life and own my 
own day care center. 



Krislen Nitto 

Nit 

International Club, S.A.D.D., Peer Leader, Nat- 
ional Honor Society, Sp. Honor Society, Year- 
book, Sp. Bowl, Senior Class Play, Model U.N. 
Ambition: To leave the past behind and focus on 
the future because I know that I can make it the 
best that it can be. 



Gregory M. Notenboom 

Notes 
Spring Track(4), Drama Club(4), Variety 
Show(4), Class Play(4) 
Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do. 




Scott R. Noyes 

Ponyboy 
Basketball(2.4). Baseball(2,3), Football(2) 
Ambition: To be wealthy 



Lisa Dale O'Brien 

Goldie Locks. Stmrs, LDOB 
Ambition: To live a long, happy, and healthy life, 
and to succeed in everything I do. 



Lisa O'Brien 

OB. 
Powder Puff football. Senior Class Play, Child 
Development II, Yearbook 

Ambition: To finally graduate from school and 
start living my life. 



Eileen P. O'Connell 

Oakie 
Basketball(I,2), Softball* 1.2), National Honor 
Society, Sp. Honor Society. Yearbook, Sp. Bowl. 
Model U.N., Class Play, Powder Puff football 
Ambition: To successfully go through college and 
fulfill all my dreams and expectations. 




Erin O'Neil 

BasketbalK 1,2,3), field Hockey(3,4), Volley- 
ball! I), Softball(l), Spring I r.iik(2], International 
Club(3,4), Powder Pull football, Yearbook, 
Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To be a happy and suet essful person in 
life 



Dawn Orlando 

Winter Track, Cheerleading(Captain), Inter- 

ri.itional Club, National Art Honor So< uty. Span- 
ish Honor Society, Senate, Powder Pull football, 
Bloodmobile, Class Play 
Ambition: To have no need lor materialism 

things 



Lance E. Ouellette 

Skiing (1.2,3,4) Hockey (1) Wrestling (4) Dis- 

li ihntivc 

Ambition: I o complete college and someda) own 

inv own hnsiness. 



Robin Palmieri 

Basketball (1,2) rennis (S,4) International Qub 
(2,3,4) Powdei Pii 1 1 Football (1,3) 

Ambition: To Ik- a psychologist 



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Christine D. Paolino 

Wfeno 
Powder Puff football. Powder Puff hockey. Dance 
Company, Class Play 

Ambition: To live in the Keebler House with 
Kuch. 



Lisa J. Pappalardo 

Basketball) 1,2), Softball(l), Field Hockey(l,2), 
Child Development I. II, Work Study(4) 
Ambition: To live my life to the fullest and to have 
the best life I possibly can with Scott. 



Julie Paquin 

Judy 
Distributive Education I, Business Co-op 
Ambition: To go to college, get a good job, and 
spend the rest of my life with Sean McCarty. 



Michelle M. Parent 

Tennis( 1 .2,3,4), International Club(l), 

S.A.D.D.(l) 

Ambition: To be extremely rich and successful 




Mark Parisi 



Laura Parker 



Suzanne Pelczar 

International Club(1.2), Bloodmobile 
Ambition: To marry into money so I will never 
have to work a day in my life 



Kelly-Ann Perry 

Kelly 
VoIlevball(2,3,4). Child Development Internship 
Ambition: To become a special education teacher, 
to live a healthy, successful life, and have all mv 
dreams come true. 




Michael J. Petralia 

Potato 
Ambition: To be rich like Marc Licciardi and have 
a family like Dana Miele. 



Paula A. Picarillo 

Pur 
Field Hockey (1.2.3.4, Capt.) Basketball (1) Soft- 
ball (1.2,3.4) Skiing (2,3.4) Academic Internship, 
Blue and White Ed. (3.4) 

Ambition: To become managing editor of the 
New York Times by 25. 



Michael A. Piessens 

Pizanno 
Gymnastics (3.4) S.A.D.D. (2) National Honor 
Society (2,3,4) French Honor Society (4) Model 
U.N. 
Ambition: To become the next [van Boesky. 



Tamara Pineau 

Tammy, Tappy 
Ambition: To be a successful accountant, and to 
have a happv life with Roland. 



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Ambition: To work with young children. 




Lori A. Prolman 

Provolone 
Child Development II 

Ambition: To have my own apartment and be able 
to afford it 



Timothy Puchtler 

Pitshelk? 
Basketball (1,2) Track (4) Arrangers (2,3,4) 
Ambition: to live a long and happy life, enjoy life 
to its fullest. Get a fun and high paying job. 



Tessa Quakers 

Tess 
Winter Track (1,2,3) Spring Track (1,2,3) Inter- 
national Club (3,4) National Honor Society 
(2,3,4, V.P.)Sp. Honor Society 
Ambition: To become a successful engineer. To 
live a long and happy life with someone I love. 



Liesl Querengasser 

Z.Q, Grumpy. Lirs 
National An Honor Society (4) Yearbook (4) 
Ambition: To gel married, get a dog and to be 
able to sleep 'til noon. 




Bassima Ramy 

Bess: Pigeon 
International Club (1.2) Child Development ( 1 ,2) 
Powder Puff Guys and Dolls (1) Hello Dolly (2) 
Ambition: To achieve happiness and success in 
whatever I do and to have all the pleasures of life. 



Heidi Reed 

Child Development 11, Powder Pull fooiball(4) 
Ambition: To follow my dreams and hope thev all 
tome true. 



Michael A. Ricci 

Yotmgblood 

Hockey( 1 .2.3,4.Capiain). Golf* 1 .2,3) 

Ambition: To be successful in college and to i on- 

tinue playing hockey. 



Kathleen A. Riley 

RiUy 
Powder Pull hockey, Drama Club, Class Pla\ 
Arnhnmn: Koi m\ dreams to come true lo lx- 
SUCCCSSful and happ\ fol ihc test «>l m\ lite 




Lisa Riley 



Dina Michelle Rinaldo 

Dinerrr, Diggy 
National Honor Society(2,3,4K S.A.D.D.(l). Blue 
& White, Model U.N., 

Ambition: To go to college, be an elementary 
schoolteacher. And marrvjeffand have children. 



Derek T. Robillard 



Kathleen Rodriguez 

Kat 
Powder Puff(2,4) 

Ambition: to have a healthv, happv, and success- 
ful life. 




Mary Rodriguez 

Mar 
Child Development^, 4), Powder Puff(2.4). 
Workstudy(3) 

Ambition: To accomplish all mv goals. And to 
succeed in whatever I do. 



John J. Rose 

Rose 
Hockey( 1.3,4), Soccer(3.4), Class Play 
Ambition: To get out of college, go into the Air 
Force, and then fly for a commercial airliner a 
living. 



Mark Ross 

Football(l), Spring Track(l). BasketbalK 1 .2), 
Tennis(2.3), Drama Club, Class Play 
Ambition: To be an American History teacher, 
and to have mv friends kids in class. 



Tara Kristin Rossi 

Swim Team(1.2). National Honor Sotiety(2,3.4), 
Drama Club(3.4), Sp. Honor Society, Chorus(l), 
Arrangers(2,3.4), S.A.D.D.(2,3,4), Model I N 
Ambition: To make all mv dreams come true and 
to always be with my boyfriend loel. 




Maria A. Rousseau 



Child Development II 

Ambition: To someday own mv own business 



Class Plav 

Ambition: To have a successful career in musi 



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Susan M. Ryan 

B-ball (1.2,3,4), Field Hockey (1.2,3,4), Softball 
(1). Spring Track (2,3,4), N.H.S.(2.3,4,Treasurer), 
Sp. Honor Society (4), Inter. Club. Sp. Bowl 
Ambition: To have a happy and successful life, to 
someday marry Scott and have a family, and to 
never lose touch with my friends. 



Sheila M. Rys 

Shelby 
Ambition: To be happy successful, and to make all 
my dreams come true. 



Michele Sabatino 

Mtsh, Shell 
International Club (1,2.3) S.A.D.D./Peerleaders 
( 1 ,2,3,4) Business Coop. Exp. ( 1 ,2,3,4) Yearbook, 
Math League (1,2,3) 




Karen Ann Saliba 

Sa-lee-hah 
Swimming (1,2,3,4), Secretary of Class (2) 
Ambition: To have a happy and healthy life. To 
go to college and become very successful. And to 
somedav meet GRIMACE! 



Gabrielle Marie Salisbury 

Gaby 
Track (1), Dance Company. Senate (1). Powder 
Puff football 
Ambition: to lead a happy and successful life. 



James Salvo 

Salvia 

Football (1.2.3.4). Track (1.2.3). Basketball ( 1,2), 
Drama, Honor Society (2) 

Ambition: To own mv own electrical company. 
And have a long healthy lile shared with Darlene. 



Jodi Ann Salvo 

Jodt 
Field Hockey ( 1 ,2,3,4) Basketball ( 1 .2.3.4) Spring 
Track (2) Softball (1) Powder puff Hockey (4) Sp. 
Academu Bowl, Girls State, yearbook. Interna- 
tional Club (2,3) Senior Class Secretary. 
Ambiuon: To live a happv and prosperous life and 
to look back on high school with fond memories. 




Elizabeth Ann Santarlasci 

Beth 
Peer Leader (3.4) 

Ambition: To Ik' successful, rich, and to get mar- 
ried in '89. 



Michael J. Sanville 

Gymnastics (l,2.3.4.Captain), International Club 
(1), Senate (4, Treasurer), Model U.N. 
Ambition: To become head of the F.B.I, after Law 
school. 



Dan Sapia 

Ambition: Phologiaphct 



Christopher Scarpignato 

Football (1)1 1 ,u k ( 1 ) 

Ambition: ["o do good in college and make i lot ol 

money. 



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Christopher Domenick Sciacca 

Chns 
Gymnastics (4), Cross Country (1), International 
Club (3), Class Play, Blue and White (Co-editor) 
Ambition: To exceed my father, the man I most 
admire, in his great wisdom and wealth. 



Deborah Marie Segal 

Debbie 
Spring Track ( 1 .2), Gymnastics (2,3), Figure Skat- 
ing Club (4), Honor Society (3,4), Spanish Honor 
Society (4), Band (1,2,3,4), Model U.N. 
Ambition: Live long and prosper and be success- 
ful in whatever I do. 



Daniel P. Shea 

Football (1,2) Track (1,2) National Honor Society 
(2,3,4) Spanish National Honor Socie'ty (4) 
Ambition: To be an engineer. 



Craig Shevlin 

Shev 
National Art Honor S<>« iet) 
Ambition: To become an illustratoi .uicl own mv 
own business in California 




Dong Uhn Shin 



Lisa J. Simili 

Sims 
International Club (1.2,3) Drama Club (1) Blue 
and White Staff (4) Honor Society (2,3.4) French 
Honor Society (4. President) President (4) Yearbook 
Ambition: To be a filthy rich lawver, become the 
youngest justice on the Supreme Court and to 
alwavs remember how to have fun. 



Michael C. Sirmaian 

Cat 
Track (1) Basketball (1.2.3.4) 
Ambition: To be happv and successful at what- 
ever I do! 



Kristen Sirois 

Child Development I. Class Plays ( 1,2) 
Ambition: Eventually own and run my own da) 



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Cynthia Lynne Skaff 

Shaffer, Clone. Foo 
International Club (1,2) National Art Honor 
Society (4) 

Ambition: To always have a sense of humor and to 
be my own person. 



Rebecca A. Smith 

Beeky 
Cross Country (3,4) Winter Track (2,3,4) Spring 
Track (2) 
Ambition: To be happy. 



Anthony J. Spinella 

Bubba, Skinn\, Tht Sfrinnellakid 
Ambition: I o become an accomplished architect 

and to mi tease mv knowledge 



Eileen M. St. Laurent 



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Michael C. Stallone 

Sylvester 
Basketball (1,2.3,4) Spring Track (1,2,3.4) Cross 
Country (4) 

Ambition: To live for today, dream towards tom- 
orrow, remember all my yesterdays and be able to 
wake up in the morning and be proud of who I am. 




Todd P. Stanganelli 

Toad - Stick 
Soccer ( 1 ,2,3,4), Gymnastics ( 1 ), Skiing ( 1 ). Senate 
(1). Model U.N. (3). Science Fair, Class Play 
Ambition: To be the best that lean be and to fulfill 
all my ambitions in life 



Mark J. Stevenson 

Spaa 

Ambition: To be an accountant. 



Karen Stoessel 

Sloes 
Softball (3) International Club (1) S.A.D.D. (1) 
Yearbook (1) 

Ambition: to be happy in whatever 1 do and to 
keep in touch with my friends. 



Richard Student Jr. 

Rico. Richie. Rich 
Baseball (1,2.3.), Basketball (1), Soccer (1) 
Ambition: To live life to the fullest, remember mv 
good times in school, and always have my good 
friends. 




Chad Tardugno 

CHVD 
Golf (1,2,4) 

Ambition: To succeed in life and obtain financial 
independence. 



Wendy Tardugno 



Theodore John Tarini 

Teddy. TENACIOUS 
Hockey (1.2.3,4), Soccer (3,4), Class Play 
Ambition: To make the most money possible and 
have fun doing it. 



Leslie Top ham 

International Club (1.2.3.4), S.A.D.D. (2.3.4). 
National Honor Society (3,4). Spanish National 
Honor Society (4), Model U.N. 
Ambition: To meet Julian 



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Stacey Marrie Torosian 

Orka 
Ambition: To live a happv and successful life with 
Darrin and our baby. And I hope that Donna and 
Laurie and I always keep in touch. 



Fred Torrisi 

T 
Hockev (l,2,3.4,Captain). Football (1.2.3.4) 
Ambition: To live it up while your here because 
you won't when vour up there. 



Christina Torrisi 



Peter Torromeo 




Tanous Touma 



Deana Trask 

Dean 
Drama 1, II, Distributive Ed. (3.4) Powder Puff 
Football (3,4) 

Ambition: To live a long and happy life with Len 
and to never forget the good times with my 
friends. Also to be successful in whatever I do. 



Kathy Tremblay 

Tremblay 
Drama I, II, Work Study 

Ambition: To be successful and happy in what- 
ever I do, and to always remember mv high school 
years with all my good friends. 



Nick P. Tsalapatas 

Skiing (4) Soccer (4) 

Ambition: Everything everyone else asked for in 

this vearbook and more. 




Christine Lynn Tudisco 

Chns 
Gymnastics (1,2,3,4, Captain) Track (1,2,3) 
S.A.D.D. (1,2) Honor Society (3,4) Peer Leader 
Ambition: I hope to graduate from a respectable 
college and go on to own my own business. I also 
plan to marry a very special guy. But most of all, I 
hope to stay close with all my friends, especially 
my best friend Tricia Cuddy. 



Craig P. Tudisco 

Judly 
Ambition: To make all the money I can in the 
years to come. 



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Susan C. Vallera 

Sue 
Powder Puff Football (1.2,3,4) Powder Puff 
Hockey (4) Coop. Work Program 
Ambition: To hope for the best and to develop a 
serious attitude towards life, but not too serious! 
Also, to have a happy life with Jim and never to 
forget my friends nor enemies. 



Scott P. Veilleux 




Raymond J. Veno Jr. 

Ray 
Hockey (1,2.3.4), Soccer (3,4), Baseball {1.2.3,4), 
National Honor Society (2,3,4, Historian). Year- 
book, Model U.N. (3.4), Boys State 
Ambition: To be a successful doctor and someday 
own a private practice. 



Lori Ann M. Viens 

Viensie 
Child Development I, II 

Ambition: To get married, have lots of kids and 
money. And to live my life to the fullest. 



Anne Marie Wajda 

Antu 

Ambition: To graduate from college and be suc- 
cessful in life. 



Michael J. Wall 

Mike 
Football (1,2.3.4), Basketball (1,2,3,4), Track 
(1,2,3,4), Honor Society (2,3,4) 
Ambition: To graduate from college and be as 
successful as I can be. 





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Janet L. Wante 

Jan 
Field Hockey (1.2,3.4), Track (2), Softball (1,2,4), 

Child Developmenl II. Class Play, Powder Pull 
football (1.2) 

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Mary Louise Washburn 



Kirsten A. Wilhelm 



Christine Williams 

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rennis (2), lnietn.iuon.il club (l). Drama club 
1 1), Senioi Class Play 

Ambition: r*o someda) achieve perfection in life. 
in live, love, laugh, and have the most tun before 
I'm ioo old to have it |uai because you've taken •■ 
ticket ai the deli countei doesn't mean you can't go 
bat k and take anothei one 




Lisa Winn 

Swimming (1,2,3) Gymnastics (1) 
Ambition, to be a hairdresser. 



Michelle Wlodyka 

Worm 
Cheerleading(Capt-), PowderPuff football. Powder 
Puff hockey. Inter. Club, N.H.S., Sp. Hon. Society, 
S.A.D.D., Peer Leader, Sp. Academic Coll. Bowl, 
Bloodmobile 

Ambition: To remember forever that the EARLI- 
BIRD always gets the WORM. 



Jeffrey F. York 

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Ambition: To be a commercial artist. 



Brian Zamojski 

Ski 

Spring Track (2) Winter Track (1) Model l N 
Ambition: To become the best person I can be in 
life and live happily. And also to be successful and 
to further the knowledge and wisdom of my 
fellow colleagues. 




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Karen Zraket 

Field Hockey (2.3.4). Basketball (1,2.3,4, Cap- 
tain), Softball (1,2,3,4), National Honor Society 
(3,4), Art National Honor Society (4), Yearbook 
Ambition: To have a successful career in art and 
to never lose touch with the great friends I made 
at Methuen. 



Al Arcila 

Juan Valdet. Colombian. Al 
Wrestling (3) ISL1, Yearbook (4) Drama 
Ambition: To lead my life so that I'll never look 
back and regTet anything in my past and always 
look forward to my future. 



Jason Belden 



Marc Dizoglio 




Jeanine Gagnon 



Leslie Griffith 

Les 
Track (1,2) 
Ambition: To become a child psychologist. 



Sue Landry 



Chris Park 



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Britt Snodgrass 




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SHY SENIORS" 



Peter Blinn 

Cheryl Caron 

Christopher Carver 

Ronda Collinson 

Dyann Deshaies 

Peter Dube 

June Enos 

Jean Finocchuaro 

James Guide 

Shawn Hayes 



Cheryl Kozcat 

Julie Lopez 

Randy Mouleart 

Misael Paulino 

Robin Paulino 

Laurie Schroeder 

Sherry Shute 

Giuseppe Spina 

Laurie Torrisi 



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SUPERLATIVES 




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Dan Ford and Merideth Emery 




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AND 
APOLLO 



Heather Lambert and Derek Rohillard 



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NICEST 
EYES 



Kathy Riley and Paul Barraclough 







NICEST SMILE 



Mike Ricci and Donna Getchell 



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SHYEST 



Katie Fox and Dan Shea 



MOST 
TALKATIVE 



Ray Veno and Lisa Feole 




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CLASS 
CLOWNS 



Laura Parker and Tim Ford 



MOST 

LIKELY TO 

SUCCEED 



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Scott Moore and Leslie Topham 




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BRUTE AND 
BABYFACE 



FLIRT AND 
CASSANOVA 



Dana Miele and Kathy Bergeron 



Gina Ducharme and Sean Bonneau 




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Dorothy Hitchmoth and Roger Maroun 



MOST SCHOOL 
SPIRIT 




FRIENDLIEST 



Mike Sanville and Patti Griffin 



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CLASS 
ACTOR 

AND 
ACTRESS 




Mike Drouin and Michele Sabatino 



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MOST 
ATHLETIC 




MOST 
ARTISTIC 



Craig Shevlin and Chrissy McAndrew 



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MUTT & JEFF 



/ Tom Lannon, Sue Ryan 
Sue Brown, Rob Kramer 



CUPID'S 
COUPLE 



Dawn Orlando and Mark DeSantis 




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BEST FRIENDS 




Dorothy Hitchmoth and Chris Paulino 




Marc Licciardi and Dana Miele 



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MOST PREPPY 



BEST DRESSED 



Raina Curran and Mike Stallone 






Kelly Halloran and Chris Sciacca 



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"ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN" 



Senior Class Officers 



This years seniors class officers were President, J 
Gilbert; Vice President, Marc Licciardi; Secretai 
Jodi Salvo; Treasurer, Patti Griffin. 







'FIRST FAMILY" 



Jnderclass officers 




Mike Batts, vice-president; Dave Henry, treasurer; missing: Joel 
Rodgers, president; Stacy Weston, secretary 



Tracy Gallant, treasurer; Wendy Tamis, vice-president; 
Wendy Forgione, secretary; missing: Esther Potter, 

president 



Cerrie Belluardo, president; Kellie 
ielluardo, vice-president; Katie 
ilberti, secretary; Kerri Sheehan, 
reasurer 




"MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON' 

Student Senate 

First Row: Sean Collins, Mike Sanvil 
Steve Benson, Dan Lannon, Dawn Cl 
lando, Kathy Farrell, Beth Marlowi 
Second Row: Jenna Bennett, Shai 
Lynch, Heather Park, Liz Grenier, Dav 
Lavigne, Joann Trovato, Jason CragJ 
Lisa Menasian, Naomi Potter, DeaiJ 
Riccio, Kelly Sheehan, Raina Curra* 
Anne Trembley (missing: Christii 
D'Urso) 




Senate Officer; 



Mike Sanville, Steve Benson, Dan 
Lannon, Dawn Orlando, Kathy Farrell 




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HEAD OF THE CLASS" 



National Honor Society 



7 irst Row: Dan Shea, Eric Mader, Scott 
Moore, Stan Puzniak, Dina Rinaldo, 
<xisten David; Second Row: Erik Barry, 
1 ulie Guilmette, Debbie Segal, Crissy 
1 VlcAndrew, Marybeth Fleming, Lynel- 
en McDonnell, Karen Zraket, Todd 
>tanganelli, J.J. Gilbert, John Hersey; 
Third Row: Mr, Moore, Kelly Halloran, 
Patti Griffin, Michelle Wlodyka, Marc 
Ucciardi, Tessa Quakers, Ray Veno, 
Susan Ryan, Michelle Chamberlain, Mr. 
Vlazzaglia; Fourth Row: Michael Pies- 
ens, Lisa Lonardo, Sheila Murphy, 
Kathy Lahey, Leslie Topham, Judy Em- 
nert, Sheri Lacroix, Jeanine Gagnon, 
Lisa Menasian, Kristen Gill, Laura 
'arker, Julie Dziadosz, Tom Lannan; 
Fifth Row: Mike Wall, John Ford, Lisa 
jSimili, Eileen St. Laurent, Mark Bleczin- 
ki, Tara Rossi, Kristen Nitto, Eileen 
3'Connell, Angela Delmonte, Christine 
Fudisco 




;| Honor Society Officers 




Marc Licciardi, President; Tessa Qual- 
ters, Vice-President; Ray Veno, Histo- 
rian; Sue Ryan, Treasurer (missing: 
Brian Kuchar, Secretary) 



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"EL GRECO" 

Spanish Honor Society 



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First Row: Laura Parker, Eileen 
O'Connell, Kristen Nitto, Kell« 
Halloran, Dawn Orlando, Michelle 
Wlodyka, Patti Griffin, Chris Mor 
ris; Second Row: Kristen Gill, Tin^ 
Bourassa, Sheila Murphy, Kathy 
Lahey, Leslie Topham, Tessa 
Quakers, Cheryl McGhee, Donm 
Berryman, Susan Ryan, Lynellen 
McDonnell; Third Row: Tanll 
Rossi, Sheri Lacroix, Julie Guil 
incite, Sean Kiley, Erik Barry 
Mark Bleczinski, Dan Shea, Debbie 
Segal 



"THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION" 



French Honor Society 



Lisa Simili, Eileen St. Laurent, Todd 
Stanganelli, Mike Piessens 




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'CASINO ROYALE" 



nternational Club 




First Row: Dawn Orlando, 
Michelle Wlodyka, Fatti Griffin, 
Kellly Halloran, Judy Emmert, 
Sheri Lacroix, Tessa Quakers, 
Dorothy Hitch moth; Second Row: 
Erin O'Neil, Jeffery DeLucia, Alice 
Gould, Angela Delmonte, Julie 
Guilmette, Leslie Topham, Kathy 
Lahey, Sheila Murphy, Eileen St. 
Laurent, Andrea Kelley, Sue Ryan; 
Third Row: Christine Williams, 
Kristen Gill, Lisa Menasian, Jean- 
ine Gagnon, Karla Homsey, Tara 
Rossi, Danielle Bergeron, Barhara 
Ann Gallo 




First Row: Jerod Anderson, Bill Hitch- 
moth, Tricia Murray, Dena Riccio, Tina 
Bellia, Lisa Fusco, Diane Santiago, Mike 
Fournier; Second Row: Jessica Hurley, 
Laurie Lee Hester, Tammy Kress, Katya 
Kucukistepanoglu, Stacie Pearson, 
Sharon Bleczinski, JoAnn Ouellette, 
Donna Brooks; Third Row: JoAnn 
Trovato, Anne Tremblay, April Naylor, 
Lauren Sanguedolce, Mauro Buco, 
Nancy Segal, Amy Wlodyka, Joel 
Rodgers; Fourth Row: David Habib, 
Derek Donegan, Ed Zraket, Steve 
Chasse', Dave Mambro, Ryan Zannini, 
Andrea Mesina, Alan Picarillo 



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THE ICE CAPADES" 



Figure Skating Club 




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9 to 5" 



Distributive Education 




First Row: Tracey Hamilton, Michele Deloge, Lance Ouellette, Tom D'Amico, Vinny D'Amico, Shawn Hayes, Carrie Carosi, 
Cheri Michaud, Stacy Kaczynski, Jim Latorre, Dan Bellwood, Paulette LeBlanc, Chris Alosi; Second Row: Nick Tsalapats, K.C. 
Fuller, Dan Cetchell, Tina Torrisi, Mike Brown, Paula Grenda, Kristin Geary, Cindy Gallant, Janet Lozowski, Pam Doucette, 
Todd Thomas, Tricia Kalil, Billy Stiehler, Mike Holland, Jeff Miller; Third Row: Malisa Holland, Deana Trask, Christine Hol- 
land, Tina Concemi, Ann Marie Currao, Tim LaCasse, Peter Blinn, Dennis Brasher, Craig Brucato, Mark DeSantis, Peter Tor- 
romeo, Melissa Gallar, Mike Costello, Jeff Cook 



Business Office Coop Outside 




Business Office Coop Inside 



Cheryl Nissen, Sherry Scott, Alice Gould, Kathy Tremblay, 
Julie Paquin; kneeling: Debbie Dequattro, Sabrina Bezeredy 




First Row: Kelly Valente, Marylou Washburn, Becky Mckrach- 
erne, Tricia Murray, Corrine Bohne, Michele Sabatino; 
Second Row: Kathy Tremblay, Alice Gould, Pain Ellsey.Janet 
Wante, Lori Schroeder, Cheryl Lavertue, Christine Kun, 
Cyndie Agnew 



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THE MUSIC MAN" 

Concert Band 




First Row: Christine Leal, Donna Bohondoney, Tricia Thunstrom, Debbie Morin, Laura Parker, Nadine Archambault, Eril 
Baker, Kristen Kaatz, Melissa Nemicola, Paula Torromeo; Second Row: Marc Angelone, Curtis Moore, Jill Sunderland, Aja 1 
Kuntamukala, April Naylor, Deborah Segal, Donna Brooks, John Schmottlach, Donna Charest; Third Row: Michael Godin 
Heather Park, Scott Moore, Nicole Valcke, Raquel Liciaro, Cara Dallon, Jay Anthony, Mona McGraw, Chris McAndrew, An 
Bailey, Andrew Bolduc, Brian Martineau; Fourth Row: Stacey Laverriere, David Paolino, Jerrod Anderson, Stacey Anthony 
Rob Chase, Joel Rodgers, Frank Graziano, Christine Corriveau, Philip Bonanno, John Segal 



Jazz Band 




First Row: Jay Anthony, Donn; 
Charest, Christine Corriveau 
Kelly Belluardo, Laura Parker 
April Naylor, Marie Anthony Am; 
gelone; Second Row: Stacey Am 
thony, Shawn Defresne, Scoti 
Moore, Mona McGraw, Mikt 
Godin; Third Row: David Paolino 
Rick Juknavorian, Rob Chase, Ari 
Bailey, Cris McAndrew, Deborah 
Segal, John Schmottlach, Joer 
Rodgers 



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"A CHORUS LINE 



Arrangers 




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irst Row: Tim Putchler, Raina Curran, Michelle Mailhot, Kristen Godin, Heather Davies, Barbara Ann Gallo, Danielle Ber- 
geron; Second Row: Maria Shnte, Amanda Autieri, Curtis Moore, Sylvie Levesque, Brenda Shirton, Pam Bergeron, Kellie 
ielluardo, Kerrie Belluardo, Julie Sullivan, Katie Gilberti; Third Row: Anne Tremblay, Kathy Gallant, Sukanya Soubsub, 
Christi Murray, Roberta Niedbala, Jenna Bennett, Joel Rodgers, Tara Rossi; 



Chorus 



■ First Row: Julia Hornbaker, 
lOebbie Berard, Michele Pineau, 
iAmie Cianelli, Erica Dechane, 
I Michele Marcoux, Cathy Forgione; 
■Second Row: Tim Putchler, Raina 
■Curran, Michele Mailhot, Kristen 
IGodin, Heather Davies, Barbara 
■Ann Gallo, Danielle Bergeron; 
I Third Row: Maria Shute, Amanda 
llAutieri, Curtis Moore, Sylvie Lev- 
lesque, Brenda Shirton, Pam Ber- 
Igeron, Kellie Belluardo, Kerrie 
I Belluardo, Julie Sullivan, Katie Gil- 
Iberti; Fourth Row: Anne Trem- 
Iblay, Kathy Gallant, Sukanya 
ISoubsub, Christi Murray, Roberta 
iNiedbala, Jenna Bennett, Joel 
J Rodgers, Tara Rossi 




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Peerleaders 




First Row: Christine D'Urso, Hung Pham, Kristina 
Tarini, Ryan Zannini, Raina Curran; Second Row: 
Kelly Halloran, Tricia Cuddy, Wendy Forgione, 
Heather Heinz, Dave Mambro, Roger Maroun 




The peerleaders, not necessarily in the order they a 
sitting, are: Beth Santarlasci, Wendy Tamis, Wen 
Forgione, Katie Bistany, Erin Calvin, Breda Putna 
Kristen Jones, David Mambro, Suzanne Keith, Sha 
non Doran, Sarah Kurchian, Sylvie Levesque, Si 
zanne Boucher, Allyson Golec, Lisa Kun, Kristeil 
Godin, Tracy Hebert, Christine D'Urso, Kristin i 
Tarini, Heather Heinz, Ryan Zannini, Hung Pharr 
Nancy Ruhmann, Michelle Poirier, Roberta Wood 
Gina Ducharme, Christine Tudisco, Kelly Halloran 
Kim Licciardi, Mauro Buco, Stacey Bistany, Shaun> 
Crafton, Kim Gaffney, Tricia Voisine, Karyn Regal 
Britta Pittocchelli, Raina Curran, Michelle Sabatino 
Mr. Brouder 



First Row: Erin Galvin, Michelle Poirer, Nancy Ruh- 
nian, Breda Putnam, Julie Pawlick, Rick Juknavorian, 
James Pagnoni; Second Row: Allyson Golec, Suzanne 
Boucher, Lisa Kun, Kristen Godin, Suzanne Keith, 
Patti Griffin, Heather Lambert 



Cooperative Education, Dance Co., Culinary Arts 




rin Vaughn, Dorothy Hitchmoth, Tammy Cintron, 
iina Ducharme, Judy Emmert, Roberta Niedbala, 
:nna Bennett, Kathy Farrel 



First Row: Anthony DiPietro, Steven Auteri, William 
Bell, James Funari, Thomas Lazzaro, Christopher 
Park, Warren Howarth; Second Row: Richard Brain, 
Lisa Winn, Danielle Corsaro, Kathleen Corrbett, 
Charlene Roussel, Debra Greely, Michele Marcoux, 
Corinne Bohne, Loretta Rynne, Pam Ellsey, Tina 
LeBretton, Tiara Mullen, Tracy Matseas 





First Row: Tricia Pappalardo, Deana DeSantis, Stacy 
Andrew, Heidi Gebhart, Barbara Derench; Second 
Row: Dan DiPrima, Michael Finnochairo, Brett Mer- 
rill, Beth Santarlasci, Holly McDougall 



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"FAME" 

Drama Club 




Art Honor Society 



First Row: Erica Raschell 
Christine D'Urso, Kathy Fa 
rell, Roberta Niedbala, Jen 
Bennett, Beth Marlow 
Raina Curran; Second Ro 
Katy Bistany, Christin 
Williams, Sheri Lacroix, Tan 
Rossi, Danielle Bergeron! 
Barbara Ann Gallo, Ann. 
Tremblay; Third Row 
Cynthia Agnew, Amy Bell 
wood, James Phelps, Stevei 
Feole, Derek Robillard, Marl 
Ross, Greg Notenboom, A 
Arcila, Roger Maroun 







First Row: Katie Fox, Judy Em 
mert, Karen Zraket, Crissw 
McAndrew, Lisa Menasian.i 
Donna Getchell, Jeff York;, 
Second Row: Leisl Quereng- 
asser, Dawn Orlando, Karen, 
Breen, Steve LaChance, Craig 
Shevlin, Rob Ain binder, 
Amanda Alvardo, Anna Lucis- 
sano 



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RAISING ARIZONA" 



Child Development 




"WALLSTREET" 

Academic Intership 



First Row: Maria Rous- 
seau, Debbie Dequattro, 
Lisa Ma/zone, Kristen 
Davey, Kelly Perry, Kelly 
Gervais, Laurie Prolman, 
Jean Finnocchario, Janet 
Wante; Second Row: 
Donna Murphy, Christine 
Benjamin, Lisa O'Brien, 
Heidi Reed, B a s s i m a 
Ramy, Malisssa Holland, 
Mary Rodriguez; Third 
Row: Laura Caron, Tracy 
Hamilton, Lisa Pappa- 
lardo, Lori Viens, Cheryl 
Nissen, Marlene Maroun, 
Christine Holland, Kristen 
Sirois 



^irst Row: Sean Collins, Julie 
ziadosz, Alesha Lannigan, 
Mark Bleczinski, Tricia La- 
Tulippe; Second Row: Donna 
jetchell, Jeff DeLucia, Marcia 
Vliller, Michelle Lavoie, Carolyn 
Horbitt, Mr. Salmonson 




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BLUE 8c WHITE STAFF 




Third Row: Craig Shevlij 
Lynda Brochu, Rog< 
Maroun, J.J. Gilbert, Josed 
Farrell, Mauro Buco, Jascl 
Bastek, Tricia Cuddy; Middl 
Row: Michelle Lambert, Li* I 
Simili, Julie Dziadosz, Jud 
Emmert, Karla Homse; 
Katie Fox; First Row: Chr 
Sciacca, Paula Picarillo, Mikj 
Kinsella 



RANGER REPORT 



Second Row: Laura 
Parker, Roger Maroun, 
Chris D'Urso, Sean Col- 
lins; First Row: Stacey Lav- 
erriere, Jessica Smith, 
Katie Bistany, Kelley 
Sheehan 




YEARBOOK STAFF 




irst Row: Eileen O'Connell, Michelle Sabatino, Gina Ducharme; Second Row: Lisa Simili, Kristen Nitto, Ray Veno, Jodi Salvo, 
Karen Zraket, Leisl Querengasser; Third Row: Eileen St. Laurent, Lori Lamonica, Marc Licciardi, Erin O'Niel, Donna Berry- 
man, Kathy McCabe, Katie Fox 



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and finished fourth in the 
State Class B meet, which 
qualified them for the All- 
State meet, a feat which has 
been accomplished only 
twice in the history of 
Methuen High School. 
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1988 basketball team, their 
season was a decent one. Led 
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and Kevin Carpenito the 
team showed character. 
Senior Mike Stallone and 
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The boys gymnastics team had an 
outstanding season. New head coach 
Ralph Miele brought enthusiasm to the 
team and seniors Jeff DeLucia, J.J. 
Gilbert, Chris Sciacca, John Ford, and 
Mike Piessens brought leadership to the 
team. They should do well next season 
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The boys indoor track team had 
an outstanding season, finishing 
undefeated and winning the MVC 
conference title. The team also fin- 
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State Class B Meet, and the Nor- 
thern Area Meet. The team had 
outstanding performances from 
seniors Dana Miele, Chris Max, 
Dan Driscoll, Steve Feole and Marc 
Licciardi. Licciardi won the Nor- 
thern Area title and the State title 
in the 300 yard dash, while Driscoll 
finished second in the state in the 
high jump and Feole finished sixth 
in the shot put. The mile relay team 
of Max, Licciardi, Miele, and junior 
Tim Carney also won the state title 
and went on to place tenth in the 
National Scholastic Track Cham- 
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The boys spring track team went undefeated this season and 
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championships this past season. For one of the teams to win 
this honor is quite a feat but to have both teams win is really a 
tribute to the fine quality of athletes here at Methuen High. 





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"THE GRADUATE" Graduation 




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CLASS WILL 



Let it be known, that we, the class of 1988 of Methuen, Mass., being of sound and reasonable mind and realizing the 

uncertainties of life upon leaving these hallowed halls of learning, do hereby decree this to be our last will and testament. 

We, the class, leave Lisa Feole her own car to drive around in. 

I, Paula, leave Jill, Sue, Donna, and Gina one, more escape from jogwalking class. 

We, the MHS students who have had Mrs. Taylor for French II, leave her a game show buzzer from the Wheel of Fortune 

show. 

We, the class of 1988, leave MHS behind but not without memories of both the good and bad as we look to the future and its 

many possibilities. 

I, Craig Shevlin, leave Jeff York a pencil and a different cartoon character so that he may continue making T-shirts but of 

his OWN ideas. 

I, Ray Veno, leave Alan Picarillo "Jerry". 

We, the senior guys, leave Merideth Emery an Oscar for her performance at the Superlative Assembly. 

We, the senior guys, also leave Heather Max an Oscar for best supporting actress at the assembly. 

I, Mark "Spazz" Stevenson, leave Mr. Robillard "Spazz-a-Mania." 

I, Sue Ryan, leave Amy Ryan and Tracie Petrie two more wonderful years at MHS. 

We, the real athletes, leave the cheerleaders one week of our practices because cheerleaders are athletes, too. 

We, "the boys", leave Kevin Carpenito a blow up life size doll of Donna Berryman that he can take to college with him. 

We, the football team, leave Mr. Klimas a new chalkboard for half-time. 

We, the hockey team, leave Fred Torissi some other players to blame for the shots he missed. 

We Bassima Ramy and Kathy Rodriguez leave Mary a year supply of stamps and envelopes to send all her love letters to her 

boyfriend down in Florida. 

I, Kristen Geary, leave my best friend Laurie Gendreau my friendship forever. 

Clyde leaves Walter and Chester new nicknames. 

We, Julie Guilmette, Judy Emmert, Katie Fox, Dorothy Hitchmoth, Sheri Lacroix, and Sean Collins, leave Mike Fluet some 

jokes that are really funny. 

I Cindy Skaff leave Andrea Kelly a life time supply of lipstick. 

I Tammy Pineau leave Kelli Gervais the great times we had the two years we were friends. 

I Jim Battye leave Fred Ash a punching bag so he can stop puttimg cracks in his windshield. 

We the Class of 1988 leave Angela Delmonte pronounciationlessons so she can read announcements better. 

I leave Ralph Woekel a book of directions covering anything from "A to C". 

I, Erin O'Neil, leave Kathy Hannley my brand new 1987-88 basketball sneakers. 

I, Sue Kenney, leave Karen Saliba a year's supply of special angled teps and Grimace cookies. 

We, Julie Guilmette and Lori Bonanno leave Marc DiBella a year's membership to Gold's Gym. 



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I, Paul Barraclough, leave Dan Ford his own room in my house. 

We, Mr. McCormack's 7th period Psychology class, leave him one day of silence during the announcements. 
I, Jenna Bennett leave Amanda Awarado, her prince charming. 
I, Sean Kiley, leave Kevin Niceforo a book of memories with Gina Dion. 
We, Chris Hart and Marc Liccardi, leave Mr. Jennings his own desk. 

I, Lisa Riley, leave Donna Murphy the good times we had at Methuen and also a thank you for always being a true friend. 
I, Meredith Emery, leave my soulmate all my love, great memories and the best of luck next year. 
I, Sean Collins, leave Chris Sciacca someone else's girlfriend to flirt with. 
We, "The Boys," leave Dana Miele a mop to wash up the grape juice in Dining Room 3. 
We, "The Boys," leave Kevin Carpenito the gut buster and a burst of speed for the Lawrence game. 
I, Mareen Jozokos, leave Mike Houle one free visit to Supercuts. 

I, leave Tina Bourassa my friendship always remember, "Friends are friends forever if the Lord's the Lord of them." 
I, Ted Tarini, leave Tim Ford all my full notebooks so he can get a head start on next year. 
I, Michael Fluet, leave Lynda Cote a gag to keep her quiet for once. 
Period 1 and 5 Physics classes leave Mr. Russell a new lab coat. 
I, Steve Feole, leave the Class of 88 my thanks for the best 4 years of my life. 

The students of first lunch leave John O'Connell a real microphone and recording session with Whitesnake. 
We, the Class of 88, leave Mrs. Pelliter. 

I, Liesel, leave Cindy Skaff the chance to be united with Sid Vicious and Jim Morrison. 
I, Lori, leave Marybeth Fleming a big set of the brightest pink lips, for old times sake! 
I, Kelly Logan, leave Marlene Maroun a year of free visits to orange arama. 

I, Cheryl McGhee, leave Mark Hammond all the good memories we have shared in the past three years. 
I, Chris Durso, leave Lori Lamonica a bunch of cheese to go with her crackers. 

We the senior wide outs on the football team leave Mr. Klimas a new play book complete with pass plays. 
We, Kathy Riley and Fred Torrisi, leave Mrs. Dirsa a teaching job at Haverhill High, season tickets to Haverhill girls 
basketball games, and a permanent seat on the Haverhill side. 

We, Kathy and Fred, also leave Mrs, Dirsa a great big thank you for being such a kind woman and for putting up with us. 
I, Bob Kramer, leave Chad Tardugno a life in Harlem. 

I, Christopher Sciacca, leave Sean Collins a wrench so that he can loosen up a little. 
We, Period 2, leave Mr. Whiting some goose-stepping Krauts to amaze next years class with. 
We, the boys, leave all Mr. Ziminski's classes a bottle of caffeine to help keep them awake. 

Signed and attested to this 2nd day of June, 1988. 
Karen Boynes, Kathy Riley, Lynellen McDonnell, and Paula Picarillo. 



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History — 



The year is 1984, we young, frightened freshmen are easy to recognize because we 
are all waiting around with all of our books, not yet realizing we can go to our 
lockers between classes. After realizing our homerooms weren't on the third floor 
next to the pool, we begin to figure out the north house-south house classes, and 
start to feel at home. 

We elect officers—they are President, Sully Defrancisco; Vice-President, J.J. Gil- 
bert; Secretary, Janet Wante and Treasurer, Raina Curran. 

Even as freshmen we upheld the winning tradition of Ranger Athletics, with our 
teams turning in fine performances. After winning the MVC title in a showdown 
against Dracut, the football team advanced to the Superbowl. Despite an all out 
effort they fell short. The boys indoor and outdoor track teams both won MVC 
titles and the outdoor team went on to win the state title. 

We met the famous Mr. Nick who, as we grew older became a most valuable fri- 
end. 

About Thanksgiving time we are introduced to our new principal Mr. Robert 
Jarvis, but also around this time we were invaded by the rock people who van- 
dalized our new school. 

Spring time came and we knew that we had just about made it through freshman 
year because we were picking courses for next year and electing new class officers. 

When we return in the fall, the school has a new appearence; we hardly recognize 
the second floor. They've built walls. 

For our sophomore year our officers are President, Raina Curran; Vice President, 
Sue Kenney; Treasurer, Corrinne Bohne and Secretary Karen Saliba. 

Our athletes continue to shine with the boy's outdoor track team winning the 
MVC, the soccer team winning the MVC, the girls' basketball team winning the 
MVC and going on to win the state title. The girls' outdoor track team won the 
MVC. The soccer team qualified for the State tournament, and the girls' cross 
country team increased in size from 4 members to 12 members. 

41 sophomores were inducted into the National Honor Society, and a S.A.D.D. 
chapter was started at M.H.S. 

Our class rings have finally arrived after month's of waiting, and everyone is now 
wearing them proudly. 

Its spring time again, and we've made it through sophomore year. We elect new 
officers. 

Our Junior year begins with President Paul Barraclough, Vice President Patti 
Griffin, Secretary Karen Boynes, and Treasurer J.J. Gilbert. 

Our athletes continue to shine; the boys' cross country team wins the MVC, the 



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girls' basketball team wins the M VC title, Sean Kiley wins the State title in wrestling 
for the 107 lb. class. The softball team wins the MVC, the boys' indoor and out- 
door track teams win the MVC, the girls' winter track team captures the MVC title 
and beats Andover team for the first time 46-40, and the hockey team goes into the 
semi-finals of the North in the state tournament. 

9 Juniors are inducted into the National Honor Society. Officers are elected for 
the next year. They are President Marc Licciardi, Vice President Tessa Quakers, 
Secretary Brian Kuchar, Historian Ray Veno, and Treasurer Sue Ryan. 

May 8 arrives and along with it comes our Junior Prom, According to the teachers 
it was one of the best proms the school has ever seen. 

Spring came along and with elections and picking courses, came a flood and a 
three day vacation. 

Fall came and finally we are seniors! Our senior class officers are President J. J. 
Gilbert, Vice President Marc Licciardi, Secretary Jodi Salvo, and Treasurer Patti 
Griffin. 

Once again our sports team are outstanding. Our girls' cross country team wins 
the MVC, our girls' and boys' indoor and outdoor track teams win the MVC. The 
field hockey team after posting a freshman record of 3-15 qualifies for the states. 
The girls' basketball team won the MVC. Sean Kiley won the state wrestling title 
again, but this time for the 1 1 9 lb. class. Marc Licciardi won the state title in the 300 
yard dash, and the mile relay team which consisted of Marc Licciardi, Dana Miele, 
Chris Max, and Tim Carney also won the state title. The softball team won the 
MVC, and the ski team won its first meet in over 4 years. 

Our homecominng queen was chosen. Kristen Kaatz was awarded the crown, with 
Tricia Cuddy and Heather Lambert as runners up. 

The Art Honor Society started a chapter at MHS. 20 members were inducted. 
Officers are President Karen Breen, Vice President Donna Getchell, Secretary 
Cindy Skaff, Historian Judy Emmert, and Treasurer Anna Luccisano. 

25 seniors were inducted into the Spanish National Honor Society, and 4 were 
inducted into the French Honor Society. 

The senior class play, The Mouse That Roared, was a huge success. 

Despite all the controversy over the prom song, everyone seemed to have a good 
time. 

Mr. Jarvis has left us and been replaced by "acting principal" Mr. Nick., who by 
now is a lifesaver and every seniors' close friend. 

Well, its spring time again, but this time we don't have to pick courses or hold 
elections; instead were picking up caps and gowns, going to honors banquets and 
awards night. And most important-GRADUATING!!! 



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The year is 2008, the place is Methuen High School Field House, the occasion is the 20th reunion of the 
class of 1988. Although the place has not changed quite drastically. As the spotlight shines on the front 
door, the doorman announces the first arrivals. 

Dan Lannan, Derek Robillard, Mike Wall, Steve Benson, Ralph Woekel, and John Batts are all don- 
ning their state troopers uniforms as they line the doorway and lead in some of the first guests, all 
former members of the class of 1988. 

Shackled by the wrists is Heather Lambert who was arrested for driving without a license after having it 
revoked for getting into her 500th accident. 

After trying his hand at acting to buy his Porsche 91 1 Turbo, Al Arcila found that stealing one would 
be easier. He was apprehended when he had to stop to allow Liesl Querengasser, who vowed never to 
have children, lead her twelve little bambinos across the street. 

Our more violent criminals are at the end of the chained procession. 

Kathy Bergeron is awaiting trial for attempted murder. She was found trying to beat her 2nd or was it 
her 3rd husband to death. 

Chris Paolino is also awaiting trial for the murder of Dorothy Hitchmoth owner of the boutique 
"Designs by Dottie." Chris pleaded not guilty and contends that it was a mercy killing. Dorothy was 
allegedly talking herself to death. 

Next come in our more conventional guests 

Heather Max owner of the hair salon "Do's by Max" hasjust reappeared after seven years of seclusion 
in a laboratory. She hasjust invented the first pair of non-run nylons. 

Our two Guiness Book of World Record holders, Sean Kiley who broke the record for the most 
nosebleeds in one day, and Donna Berryman who, after dating all the men in the free world moved to 
Communist China to try her hand with the billion over there. 

Kathie Farrell and Jason Lee have taken the starring roles in "Dirty Dancing £2, £3, and £4 after being 
spotted by a talent scout at the junior prom. 

Michelle Sabitino moved to a third world country where she attempted to take over, but was crushed by 
rebel forces led by former yearbook staffers Karen Zraket, Eillen O'Connell, Kristen Nitto, Paul 
Barraclough, and Marc Licciardi. 

Lynellen McDonnell married famous writer Paul Ramirez and after having five children wrote her 
own best seller, "Me and the Mocha Babies." 

Cindy Skaf f finally got a piece of black construction paper from Mrs. Fiorello and gave it to artist Craig 
Shevlin who mounted his first million dollar work on it. 

Mike Kinsella, after years of protesting for peace shaved his head and became a five star general in the 
Marine Corp. Members of his platoon are private J.J. Gilbert, private Andrea Kellt, private Karla 
Homesy, and corporal Joe Farrell. 

After twenty years of courtship, Lisa Feole finally married Dr, Timothy Keany. They live in a large 
white house with a white picket fence. Rumor has it that Dan Ford hasjust taken over the milk route in 
that neighborhood. 

Dan Lahey, five time Mr. Universe changed his name to Bruno and became the owner of Bruno's 
Bodybuilding. He currently resides in a mansion on Muscle Beach. Staff members at Bruno's are Todd 
Stanganelli, Marc DiBella, and Janet Wante. Malcolm Fulford and K.C. Fuller are the resident towel 
boys. 

Mark "Spazz" Stevenson is now the reigning heavyweight champion of l he World Wrestling Federa- 
tion. Some of his fiercest competitors are Roger "the rock" Maroun, and the amazing tagteam talents of 
Anne "the weapon" Wadja and Lynda "the cannon" Cote. 

Paula Picarillo hasjust finished her first book "Lies, Lies Can't Believe a Word 1 Said" with the opening 
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Many members of the varsity hockey team went professional, hut have missed the Stanley Cup playoff's 
for the 15th straight time by a goal. Members of the team are Fred Torrisi, Craig Lanouette, John Rose, 
Ted Tarini, Mike Ricci, Jell Lima, Jim Battye, and Tim Ford. 

After talking oil the ears of the entire town, Ray Veno has unleashed himself upon the entire country 
by starting his own syndicated advice column. Frequent writers are Maryellen Carpenter, Wendy 
Tardugno, and Mike Stallone. 

After changing dates numerous times for the reunion, much like the prom, Marybeth Fleming could 
not get a table and is now seated in the parking lot. 

Angela Delmonte and Jeanine Cagnon arrived with briefcases full of homework they asked for and 
never finished. 

Joanne Florio is currently under investigation for diverting funds from her accounting firm to the 
Contras, 

KristenCill was last seen in the Amazon Jungle inspecting plants. David Lee Roth was reported missing 
the same day in the same area. 

After being crowned queen of the senior class, Meredith Emery became the reigning Miss Olympia 
and currently is the publisher of the magazine "Beautiful Ladies of Bodybuilding." 

Rob Kramer became the head coach of the local NBA basketball team "The Men from Methuen". 
Their undefeated record just goes to show that the varsity basketball team, like good wine improves 
with age. Members are big men Mike Samian, Dana Kalanta, and Scott Noyes. 

Mike Fluet and Mike Sanville have opened up their own Rent-A-Friend service. 

After being spotted by outspoken agent Dan Shea at Hampton Beach, Sean Collins has become the 
model for the newest line of barbie dolls— Malibu Phil, 

Colonel Scott Moore, U.S. AT. retired, could not be present this evening. Although the government 
disavows any knowledge of his working for them he was last seen flying a "weather plane" over the 
Soviet Union. 

Brian Kuchar finally made his fashion statement on camouflage and came out with his own line of 
camouflage formal-wear. 

Pam Moran became head trainer for the Boston Celtics, but was fired after making Kevin McHale late 
for a game. 

After being "himself for most of high school, Kevin Carpenito reformed and joined the priesthood. 
He is presently the religion school teacher fondly known as Father 

Tara Rossi tried to convince husband Joel Rodger to run for president, but took the matter into her 
own hands and is now the Republican nominee. 

Sue Ryan and Gina Ducharme have started their own basketball team, "Manute and Spud". 

Chris Sciacca has been cited Officer of the Year by the Methuen Police Department. He earned the 
honor for outstanding duty in giving the field sobriety test. 

Mark Ross is now resting comfortably in Happy Acres rest home run by his wife, physical therapist 
Shiela Murphy. Mark was admitted after having a breakdown at his job as Methuen history teacher 
after his children put him through the same hell that he put his teachers through. 

After graduating valedictorian and salutorian of the class of 1988, Leslie Topham and Kathy Lahey 
were last seenpushing their bag lady carts down Essex Street. 

Steve Jankowski moved to California after graduation where he purchased his Ninja motorcycle. He is 
seen to the people only as a blur and is known as "Cool Rider". 

As the guests are seated and dinner is about to be served, we notice that many of the members of the 
class of 1988 are missing. As the guests begin to chat among themselves we find the answer— Eileen 
O'Connell's mother has gone away for the weekend. 



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PERSONAL MESSAGES 



Jimmy, 

I love you so much, and I hope nothing ever changes us 
and I pray I never lose you! 

With all my 

heart, 

Darlene H.o.l.l.a.n.d 

To Tess: 

Through twelve years of friendship, laughter and tears — 
you've always been my best friend and forever will be. 

B.F.F. Karen 



Darlene, I'm glad we met and I hope nothing ever happens 
to us. 

Love, 

Jim 

To: Donna Berryman, 

Congratulations! Thank you for making us proud of you 
these last four years. We wish you health happiness and suc- 
cess in the future. We love you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dick 






To: Gab, Heidi, Lisa, Sheila, Chrissy, Chris: 

We've shared the good times and the bad and I'll always 
remember the times we've had. I will miss you all very much. 
So remember to keep in touch. 

Lisa 

Deanna, Donna, Julie, Kathy, and Kathleen: 

You're all my best friends, I love you all and will re- 
member you and the good and the bad times we've shared 
forever. 

Alice 

Sheila, 

I LOVE YOU! 

Mark 

Shawn, 

I love you with all of my heart! 

Love, 
Eileen 

To: Meredeth, Julie, Kathy, Donna C, Sue, Kathy R., Mel- 
lisa, Marc, Christine B., Lisa M., Lisa F., Dyann D., Beth A., 
and all the girls we've had an awesome 4 years and I'll never 
forget you! 

Love, 

Deana 

To all my close friends, Gab, Shiela, Chris. Heather, Katie, 
Lisa O, Hiedi, Kristin N., and Eileen! Thanx for all mem- 
ories we've had together I'll never forget them. 

Friends Forever, 

Lisa 
Dear Mike 

I will always cherish the memories we've shared together 
and I'll look forward to the moments we've yet to encounter. 

With all my love, 

Tina 

To all of my close friends, Heidi, Christine, Michelle, Lisa, 
Heather, Lisa, Gab, and Shiela. Thanx for all the good 
times, they'll never be forgotten. 

Friends Forever, 

Katie 



To: Stephan LeChance, 

Stephan, I am proud of you and pleased with your suc- 
cess. Whatever you decide for the next four years, you have 
my support and blessings. 

Love, 

Mother 

To: Stacey Anthony, 

You are everything a father and mother could wish for 
now it's your turn to fulfill your dreams. 

With all our love, 

Mom and Dad 

Cammies Day Care 
Carmela Pagnoni 
176 Emsley Terrace 
Methuen, Ma. 

685-4471 

Good luck to the class Of "88" 

From, 
Methuen Youth Hockey Assoc. 

Good Luck to the Class of 1988 

From the 

Kenneth H. Pollard Funeral Home 

Christian Max, 
Dear Chris, 

Congratulations from Mom, Dad, Peter, and Erica. We 
are very proud of you. Giving it your best is all anyone 
expects. We love you. 

Craig Lanouette 

Wishing "our Craig" happiness and success in all he 
chooses to do in the wonderful years that lie ahead. 

Mom, Dad, Kevin, and Laurie 

Lisa Derepetigny, 
Lisa, 

May all of your future plans, dreams, and hopes come 
true. We love you and are proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Cheryl 



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Mary Ellen Carpenter, 
Congratulations Daughter! 

Your future will continually unveil the successfulness of 
your high school accomplishments. You did a great job! 

We're proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom 

Judith Emmert, 

Congratulations Sweetheart! 

We wish you the best of everything in the future. 

All our love, 
Dad and Mom 

Lisa Mazzone, 
To our daughter, 

Watched you grow from a baby to a beautiful young 
woman. Whatever you choose to do, we are proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 

Paula Picarillo, 

Memories of grades k- 12 . . . asking if you did your home- 
' work 2,340 times . . . watching you mature and prosper. 
We're proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Marie Giordano, 
To Marie Jean, 

High school graduation is the end of a happy time and the 
beginning of a special part of your life. 
May all your dreams become reality. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Lorrie, and Stephen 

Jeanine Gagnon, 

Congratulations to a wonderful daughter for all you may 
have achieved. May you reach even more of your goals in 
the future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Laurie B. 

Just a note from us to sayjust how proud we are today. All 
our love and best wishes for a wonderful future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Billy 

Mark, (Bleczinski) 

Congratulations for all your wonderful accomplishments. 
We are so proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Amy, and Renne 

Congratulations to the class of "88" 

Congratulations Joe: (Guffre) 

We love you and we're proud of you. You're the greatest 
son parents could ever ask for. 

Love always, 
Mom and Dad 

Peter Torromeo, 

We are very proud of you. This graduation is a great mo- 
ment in your life, We know you will be successful in your 
future endeavors. 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, and "Butch" 

Jason Lee, 

To our loving son, Jason, We are so proud of you because 
of your kind and generous heart and terrific sense of 
humor. 

Love, 

Ma and Dad 

Michael Wall, 

Congratulations and good luck in the future. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Bob 



BethAnn Arcidiacono, 
Beth, 

We are proud of you, may your plans for the future 
come true. 

We love you very much, 
Mom and Dad 

Stacey Kazinski, 

You have made us very happy and very proud. We love 
you for this and for being you. Congratulations honey. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, and, Joey 



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Peter M. Kousell 
Mimi Hyde-Stott 
Ed Bloom 
Shirley Sharpe 
Karen Savary 
Bill Harrison 
Ron Messina 
Ralph Fillipon 
David Ross 



Ann Marie P. Krusell 
Chip Stott 
Diane Corriveau 
Chuck Sharpe 
Cheryl L. Kasper 
Bob Foster 
Robert Messina 
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Methuen Office 

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THE ZRAKETS 
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Mernmac Plaza 

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Methuen, Mass. 



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79 Howe Street 

Methuen, MA. 

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Frozen Yogurt Fresh Fruit 

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322 Merrimack Street 

Methuen, Mass. 

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Take Out Orders 

Beer — Wine — Liquors 



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Wagland Florist 



681-0390 



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Metciuen Executive Office Park 
240 Pleasant Street 
Methuen. MA 01844 
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687-0499 



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MACHINE REPAIRS 



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• COPY PAPERS 

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The Complete Home Furnishing Centers 
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DONAHUE BROTHERS, inc. 

ESTABLISHED 1919 

Coffee and Food Distribufor 
25 Calumet Road • Methuen. MA 01844 



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THE ROYAL COMPANIES 

REAL ESTATE MASS & N.H. 
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'For All your CRAFT Supplies' 
"The Store with the Heart" 

Rt. 21, Salem, N.H. 

(S. Broadway) 

893-4530 



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6 Stevens St. 

Methuen, Mass. 

683-3806 



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452 Broadway 
Methuen, MA 01844 
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Methuen, MA 01 844 
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Complete Driver Ed. Course available 



Berkeley Auto School 

51 A Berkeley Street - Lawrence, Massachusetts 

JOHN E. CUTHBERT, 

Proprietor Telephone: 685-7701 

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The Place with the BIG 
AMERICAN FLAG 

115 Merrimack Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 

To the Class of 88: 
We wish each and every one of you the very best in the years to come. Remember . . . you have the advantage of being part of the greatest country in the 
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Show us your diploma and Receive 

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Full Line of Accessories 
On-site VCR Repair 
On-site Film/Video Transfer 



• Sales & Rentals 
•CD's 

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• Recording Services 



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O'Brien 8c Co. 



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From 



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Salem, N.H. 03079 

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Best Wishes For Your Future 

Frank M. Troianello, D.M.D. 

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Tel 688-7102 



139 Forest SI 
Melhuen. Ma 01844 



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106 Lowell Boulevard 

Methuen, MA 

Tel. 617-682-5542 

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"THE REPAIR PEOPLE" 
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Let us help you make a great impression! • Fresh • Dried • Silk 

Flowers • Weddings • Funerals • Fruit Baskets • Cemetery 

Decorating Service 246 Broadway (next to Dairy Queen) Methuen. MA 



/ (617) 686-3291 

OTfefeflOQ Gail Petralia, Floral Designer 
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& FITNESS CENTER 

"A Complete Health 

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Methuen, Massachusetts 01844 

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THE TRASK'S 

PAULA, DAVE & DEANNA 



AUTO PARTS 

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• MACHINE SHOP SERVICE • STREET PERFORMANCE ACCESSORIES 

"OPEN 7 DAYS - A COMPLETE PARTS STORE" 

HOURS: MON-FRI 8:00 - 8:00, SAT 8:00 - 5:00, SUN 11:00 - 6:00 



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For over 4 decades, the H J. Nassar Motor Company has been serving the 
Merrimack Valley wnn fine quality ford automobiles at the lowest possible 
price. As we pass thro^h the 198Q"s our pledge is to uphold that tradition. 
Now, more than ever, we want to serve you better. Stop in lo see us soon. 

688-6904 

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Powertools 

Plumbing — Electrical Supplies 

Cement — Mortar 

Lawn & Garden Supplies 



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Sale prices not applicable to 
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Super Swirl 

211 Merrimack St. 

Pleasant Valley, Methuen, MA 



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NURSERY. GAROEN CENTER & FLOWER SHOP 

— FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS - 

20 Ayers Village Road, Route 97 
METHUEN, MASSACHUSETTS 

(617)685-3072 



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Congratulations 

Knowledge is the eye of desire and can become 
the pilot of the soul. - Will Durant 

It's with much pride that we congratulate you, who are the future of our 
community. Your diploma can be the start of a great beginning, a key to 
open the door to a successful life in whatever field of endeavor you may 
choose. May you continue to enjoy success in all that you strive for. 



The Eagle IVihuiie 

100 Turnpike St., N. Andover, MA 01845 
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247 Broadway 
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WHEEL & TTRE PACKAGE DEALS 

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